Monday, June 29, 2009

Deadly flu virus

As we know there has been local transmission of influenza A (H1N1) in our country. Bear in mind that this flu is no longer called swine flu, as WHO has withdrawn the claims.
Latest, Chung Hwa High School of Seremban is the latest school to be closed down because a Form 3 student tested positive of H1N1 contracted the flu from her brother, a student in Australia who had come home for the holidays.

In my opinion, to bring this flu under control is bar students from Australia, United States and other countries to return home.

Reason: they are transmitting the virus without their concern, and spread it in airplane, and our country as well. Even worse, those who come contact have to be quarantined.

Back to updates about my life in Kampar, talk weather 1st; For past week, rain finally cools down the heat in here, have been raining for few days either afternoon nor night.

Secondly, I meet some 'balia' people in my class, u know that type so arrogant but in the end flop (terrible English). Just ignore that guy, gosh..

Another 20 Influenza A (H1N1) cases were reported in Malaysia [taking total to 144], of which 16 are imported while four are local transmitted, said Health Ministry director-general Tan Sri Dr Ismail Merican.

He said the 20 new cases involved 13 Malaysians and seven foreigners - one Vietnamese, one German, one Australian, one Japanese, one American and two Indonesians.

So make sure take care, do not get expose to sick people or having flu-like symtoms