Friday, November 6, 2009

Ukraine Sprays Mystery Aerosol Over Population

Law enforcement authorities arrested two people who spread false information about the allegedly sprayed over Kiev and other Ukrainian cities of unknown means to prevent the spread of influenza and SARS in the country.

Told the director of the Department of Civil Protection of the Ministry of Emergencies of Ukraine Vasyl Kvashuk during the hot line with the Office on Friday.

"According to my information, two men who engaged in spreading this false information against them had been arrested and accused of destabilizing the situation in the country in connection with the dissemination of false information" - he said, answering reporters' questions about allegedly sprayed in the night 30 to 31 October in Kiev of an unknown substance for disinfection measures.

But V. Kvashuk emphasized that such activities Ministry for Emergency Situations "does not do and nothing to do with disinfecting the streets and the air is not.

He also said that the Ministry of Emergencies, special groups, which can provide assistance to disinfect the premises and where it is necessary to combat the spread of influenza viruses.

"And if this is necessary, the Ministry of Health, I think, necessarily applies to us" - he said.


People are tightly closed windows and doors of houses, as expected, that the city at night with helicopters will be sprinkled with Dostum, bleach, or just chemicals.

As of 8 am November 4:

30,991 patients with ARI (acute respiratory infection) - 12,430 of them Children
649 hospitalized - 317 of them children
405 with pneumonia - 94 children

According to the Department of Health in Ukraine: 733 ill health workers. Of these 213 physicians.

Ihor Pokanevych, head of the WHO office in Kyiv, noted that the current pandemic is complicated to sort out because it involves three strains of flu virus: two seasonal strains [of the Brisbane] flu and the swine flu, which as a result could lead the virus to mutate into a still more virulent, new virus.

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