Tuesday, February 07, 2012

In Lies We Trust : Video Series


This is certainly a long series, however it is well worth the time to take this information in

The 5th Estate
02/06/2012


The 5th Estate H5N1series continues.  Judging from the hits from the CIA, The White House, DHS, CDC, universities in Kobe, Tokyo and worldwide on this series it appears that many in governments, medical communities and the general international public are quite concerned over the illegal creation of this virus at Kobe and Tokyo universities by Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Teridah Ernala Gintnig.

Teridah Ernala Ginting
The civil and government authorities, "mainstream media" in Japan and the U.S. continue to lie and obfuscate on the origins of this killer virus (just like Fukushima) in order to save their own asses.  Don't buy into the fake fairy tales that the threat is originating naturally from chickens, ducks and geese -  that assertion is simply ludicrous and designed to confuse the international public in an already failed attempt to hide their tracks as the originators/creators of the most deadly virus known to man.  Indeed, what better way to vector and spread this man-made killer than through birds who are easily infected, injected with weaponized H5N1 and can tell no tales regarding who contaminated them with the "novel" virus except for "bock-bock," "quack-quack" and "honk-honk?"

This is a stark reminder of the contempt and murderous designs the so-called "elites" have for the international public.  Can you imagine the Bush crime family, the retarded George W. Bush and his inbred, illiterate spawn claiming to be genetically superior to the rest of humanity and therefore have the right to kill everyone they deem "useless eaters" in their Satanic quest for a "perfect world" where they and the likes of Bill Gates and Yoshihiro Kawaoka alone rule over the masses?

The real truth lies within the e-mails sent to 5th Estate publisher Robert S. Finnegan by virus creator Teridah Ernala Ginting, the secret BSL-3/4 labs at Kobe and Tokyo universities and the creators of this monstrous man-made virus:  Yoshihiro Kawaoka and the Indonesian traitor Teridah Ernala Ginting.

Contact your elected representatives and demand the truth.  The 5th Estate will continue this series indefinitely or until the authorities in Japan initiate an investigation.  Time is of the essence.













Videos #9, 10, are missing, 13 and 15 would not load;  15 deals with viral outbreaks.  The 5th Estate will endeavor to find/load these videos as soon as possible.


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Australian INFLUENZA PANDEMIC CONTINGENCY PLAN

Here are the fun and games your government has for you Diggers; just like Obama, your government plans to kill you and your families with weaponized H5N1/H1N1 created illegally in secret labs by Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Indonesian TRAITOR Teridah Ernala at Kobe and Tokyo universities in Japan   

The 5th Estate
02/06/2011

Policy No. CorpPlan.07 Version No: 1.0
INFLUENZA PANDEMIC
CONTINGENCY PLAN
Adopted by Council 15 December 2009 Resolution No. 932

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CONTENTS Page No.


a) TABLE OF ACRONYMS………………………………………………3

b) INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………4

Insane, monster "virologists" Kawaoka, Indonesian traitor Teridah Ernala Ginting

This pandemic plan has been developed for the Tumut Shire Council and Snowy Works and Services and its purpose is not only to make staff members aware of the potential outbreak of an influenza pandemic but to also attempt to minimise the impact on our day to day business operations by proactively developing contingencies that minimise the spread of this disease and ensure business continuity.

c) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS………………………………………..5

• What is influenza?

• What is influenza pandemic?

• How is an influenza pandemic different from a normal seasonal influenza?

• How does pandemic influenza spread?

• What are the symptoms of pandemic influenza?

• How long do symptoms take to develop and how long do they last?

• Can pandemic flue kill people?

• Prevention treatment and containment

• How can I protect myself and others...?

• How can the virus be killed?

• Will quarantine or isolation be used in the event of an epidemic?

• How long will people be quarantined for?...........................................8
 
• Pandemic preparedness……………………………………………… 8

d) NATIONAL ACTION PLAN – ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES…. 9
e) RISKS IDENTIFIED……………………………………………………. 11
f) BEFORE THE EVENT…………………………………………………. 12
g) LOCAL ACTION PLANS…………………………………………….... 13
h) TEAM PROCEDURES TEMPLATE………………………….……….. 14
i) COMMUNICATE THE PLAN…………………………………………. 15
j) TEST AND REVIEW THE PLAN / CHECKLIST………...……........... 16
k) TOOLS AND RESOURCES………………………… …………......... 17

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a) TABLE OF ACRONYMS

AHPC Australian Health Protection Committee
AHMPPI Australian Health Management Plan for Pandemic Influenza
AI Avian Influenza
ALGA Australian Local Government Association
AUSVETPLAN Australian Veterinary Emergency Plan
BCP Business Continuity Plan
CHO Chief Health Officer of NSW
CMO Chief Medical Officer of Australia
COAG Council of Australian Governments
Displan NSW Disaster Plan
EUSFAC Energy and Utilities Functional Area Coordinator
HEALTHPLAN NSW Health Supporting Plan to Displan
H5N1 A subtype of the Influenza A virus where H5 stands for the fifth of several known types of the protein hemagglutinin and N1 stands for the first of several known types of the protein neuraminidase commonly known as Avian Influenza or Bird Flu.
H1N1 Influenza 09 Swine Influenza is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that causes regular outbreaks in pigs.
IPC NSW Influenza Pandemic Committee
NAP HIP National Action Plan Human Influenza Pandemic
NPEC National Pandemic Emergency Committee
OIR Office for Industrial Relations
PIC Public Inquiry Centre
PICC Public Information Coordination Centre
PIFAC Public Information Functional Area Coordinator
PHEOC Public Health Emergency Operations Centre
SEMC State Emergency Management Committee
SEOC NSW State Emergency Operations Centre
SEOCON NSW State Emergency Operations Controller
SERM Act State Emergency and Rescue Management Act 1989
(as amended)

WHO World Health Organization

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b) INTRODUCTION

Background


Pandemics are epidemics of disease that occur on a worldwide scale. They are traditionally caused by infectious diseases such as influenza which have had devastating effects on people. The timing of influenza pandemics is unpredictable, but they can be expected to occur every 10 to 50 years. An influenza pandemic occurs when a new influenza virus emerges which is markedly different from recently circulating seasonal influenza viruses and is able to:

"Dr. Death" Johan Hultin dug up 1918 H5N1 in Brevig Mission Alaska

 • infect people and cause disease (rather than, or in addition to, other mammals or birds);

• spread readily from person to person; and

• spread widely because most people will have little or no immunity.

It is essential that the community, business and all levels of government undertake planning and preparatory action beyond health and emergency planning to protect the community and minimise the impact of any pandemic.

Pandemic Influenza HistoryWeaponized H5N1/H1N1 Viruses:

http://www.freepeoples5thestate.com/2012/02/novel-h5n1-created-by-yoshihiro-kawaoka.html?utm_source=BP_recent

 http://www.freepeoples5thestate.com/2012/02/breaking-weaponized-h5n1-more-smoking.html?utm_source=BP_recent











































Previous pandemics, including three during the 20th century, have caused large-scale illness, deaths and socio-economic impacts worldwide. Conservative estimates of deaths by the World Health Organization (WHO) range from one million people in the“Hong Kong” flu of 1968-69 to 40 million people worldwide in the “Spanish” H5N1 flu of 1918-19, dug up ni Brevig Mission Alaska by Johan Hultin and weaopnized by Yoshihiro Kawaoka and Teridah Ernala Ginting in illegal secret lab at Kobe Universty, Japan.

Current ThreatWEAPONIZED H5N1 from Kobe University, Japan.

The highly pathogenic avian influenza virus known as H5N1, currently circulating in domestic and wild bird populations around the world is a public health concern because of its potential to transform into a pandemic strain. As long as the virus continues to circulate in birds and animals, there will be opportunities for this virus to change and adapt to humans. Swine Influenza (H1N1 Influenza 09) is a respiratory disease of pigs caused by type A influenza viruses that causes regular outbreaks in pigs. People do not normally get swine flu, but human infections can and do happen. Swine flu viruses have
been reported to spread from person-to-person.

Influenza (‘Flu) Terms Defined

Seasonal (or common) influenza is a respiratory illness that can be transmitted from person to person. Most people have some immunity and a vaccine is available.

Avian influenza (or bird ‘flu) is caused by influenza viruses that occur naturally among wild birds. The H5N1 variant is deadly to domestic fowl and can be transmitted from birds to humans. There is little or no human immunity and no vaccine is currently available.

Pandemic influenza is human influenza that causes a global outbreak, or pandemic, of serious illness. Because there is little natural immunity, the disease can spread easily from person to person. No vaccine is currently available.

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c) QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

About human pandemic influenza

What is influenza?

Avian influenza or “bird flu” is an infectious disease of birds caused by type A strains of the influenza virus. All birds appear to be susceptible, though some species are more resistant to infection than others.

What is an influenza pandemic?

An influenza pandemic is a disease outbreak that occurs worldwide when:

1. a new strain of influenza virus emerges, to which no-one is immune;

2. the virus causes disease in humans;

3. the virus is easily spread between humans.

In the absence of immunity, a new influenza strain can spread rapidly across the globe, causing worldwide epidemics–or a pandemic–with high numbers of cases and deaths.

How is influenza different from the normal flu?

The normal respiratory illness that causes outbreaks each winter, ‘flu’, is caused by influenza A virus. This human virus is from the same family as the ‘bird flu’ virus. It is different from bird flu in that it commonly causes human disease and can be transmitted between infected people. In healthy people the normal flu usually causes a mild illness that does not require medical treatment. Some people, such as the elderly, those with impaired immune systems, or those with lung disease are at risk of become severely ill with the flu. Bird or Swine flu is not commonly caught by people, but when people do become infected it can often cause severe illness.

How does pandemic influenza spread?

Pandemics of flu are spread from person to person by respiratory secretions in two main ways:

1. through the spread of droplets from one person to another (e.g. coughing/sneezing); and

2. by touching things that are contaminated with the virus and then touching your mouth, eyes or nose

What are the symptoms of pandemic influenza?

The exact symptoms of a pandemic strain of flu will only be known at the time of the pandemic. Based on previous pandemics, experts predict that the symptoms of pandemic flu will be the same as the seasonal flu virus. For example, sudden onset of high temperature, muscle aches and pains, tiredness, cough, sore throat and a stuffy or
runny nose.

How long do symptoms take to develop and how long do they last?

It may take 2 to 7 days to show symptoms when you catch the flu and the symptoms may last for up to a week.

Can pandemic flu kill people?

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Yes. However, there are treatments available and ways to prevent infection from occurring in the first place. All national and state and territory health authorities have strategies in place to reduce the spread and impact of the pandemic in the population.


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Prevention, treatment and containment

How is pandemic influenza treated?

Treatment include rest, ensuring adequate fluid intake and nutrition and taking medications to help with fever and pain such as aspirin (but not in children) and paracetamol. Complications, such as bacterial pneumonia, can develop in some people and can be treated with antibiotics. Those who are severely affected may need hospitalisation, supplemental oxygen therapy and respiratory support through artificial
ventilation.

How can I protect myself and others from pandemic influenza?

There are many simple ways people can substantially reduce their risk of being infected by or spreading the influenza virus. You should:

• cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough;

• dispose of used tissues in the nearest bin – not your pocket or handbag;

• wash your hands regularly and properly;

• don’t share personal items such as towels, bedding, toothbrushes and eating and drinking utensils;

• clean surfaces such as benches, tables, desks and door knobs and handles;

• avoid close contact with others – particularly people who might be infected. Stay home from work or school if you are unwell; and wear a simple surgical mask or other covering for the nose and mouth.

These approaches are set out in more detail in the Australian Health Management Plan for pandemic Influenza and on websites listed at the end of this document.

How can the virus be killed?

Heat over 70 degrees Celsius for five minutes will kill the virus in food. At 80 degrees Celsius the virus is killed in one minute. Washing hands with soap and water and cleaning surfaces with household cleaners will remove the virus.

Will Quarantine or isolation be used in the event of a pandemic?

Depending upon the severity of disease, people who have symptoms of pandemic flu will be advised to stay at home and limit outside contacts, or will be cared for in hospital (in isolation from other patients without pandemic flu). Depending on the timing and severity of the pandemic outbreaks, quarantining of contacts (i.e. family or friends) of pandemic influenza patients may occur, usually in the home.

Quarantine or isolation measures may be used to help stop pandemic influenza entering Australia, as well as keeping it contained in the event it does enter this country.

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How long would people be quarantined for?

Based on the current flu strains, individuals may be quarantined for 7–10 days. This will need to be reviewed according to the characteristics of the pandemic virus itself.

Pandemic preparedness

What is pandemic planning and business continuity?

Pandemic planning is business continuity planning specifically against the risk of a human influenza pandemic affecting your organisation. Business continuity involves identifying the risks that might affect your organisation’s key activities and developing strategies and an action plan to reduce the impact of those identified risks so that you can continue delivering your core services or producing your core products.

Why should my organisation prepare a business continuity plan?

A business continuity plan will assist your normal business planning activities and provide confidence (to staff, suppliers and customers/clients) about the reliability of your organisation to deliver its core products and services. It is also an opportunity to review your existing business processes and make them more robust.

Not only should your business plan for the possibility of a human influenza pandemic but you would also benefit from preparedness for events such as natural disasters – fires, floods, storms – and other man-made events.

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NATIONAL ACTION PLAN - ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The NAP HIP outlines the key roles and responsibilities for all levels of government.

Under the NAP HIP:

Commonwealth Government Responsibilities:

• determine and maintain national policy and broad national strategies in close consultation with state and territory governments;

• maintain the NAP HIP; NSW Health (Lead or “Combat”Agency)

• declare pandemic phases as per the WHO guidelines and appropriate actions as outlined in the National Action Plan and the AHMPPI;

• determine Commonwealth Government prevention strategies and responses in the event of a human pandemic;

• work with state, territory and local governments reporting outbreaks and responding to and recovering from pandemic influenza in their jurisdictions;

• assist nation-states affected by pandemic influenza through bilateral and multilateral relationships, with a particular focus on the Asia–Pacific region;

• maintain and provide national capabilities to deal with pandemic influenza;

• maintain cooperative relationships with the owners and operators of critical infrastructure to facilitate industry preparedness, continued operation, and recovery from a pandemic;

• administer the Quarantine Act 1908 and border control measures; and

• coordinate the management of public health surveillance data and technical advice.

NSW Government Responsibilities:

• determine and maintain pandemic influenza and related policies, legislation and plans within their jurisdictions;

• work with the Commonwealth Government and other jurisdictions, reporting outbreaks of pandemic influenza and actions taken;

• maintain pandemic influenza response and recovery capability, in line with the National Action Plan and the AHMPPI;

• have primary operational responsibility for animal health monitoring, surveillance and response within NSW boundaries;

• have primary operational responsibility to respond to an outbreak of pandemic influenza in NSW;

• implement agreed preparedness and prevention strategies in line with the National

Action Plan and the AHMPPI;

• seek assistance from or provide assistance to other jurisdictions if required;

• in an influenza pandemic, contribute to the national strategy for response and recovery;

• maintain public health surveillance and technical advice;

• administer emergency management arrangements within NSW; and

• work with local government, business and the community.

Local Government Responsibilities:

• determine and maintain pandemic influenza policies consistent with the role of local government and complementing relevant state, territory and national policies and plans;

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• maintain business continuity plans to enable the delivery of local government essential services;

• support national, state and territory response and recovery by representing the needs of local communities and contributing to their continuing viability; and NSW Human Influenza Pandemic Plan

• support state and territory emergency management frameworks

• Form and support TSC Influenza Pandemic Committee

Influenza Pandemic Committee responsibilities:

• Provide clear leadership during a pandemic in order to maintain government, services, public trust and public confidence

• Contribute to the nationally coordinated response to and recovery from an influenza pandemic, through COAG and other agencies

• Activate the Special Recovery Committee and nominate a Special Recovery Coordinator for the Pandemic

• Provide assistance to or seeks assistance from the Australian Government and other States and Territories, if required

• Oversee implementation of the pandemic influenza public information strategy consistent with national arrangements

The situation in Australia

What is Australia doing to prevent influenza from entering the country?

The Australian Government has increased surveillance at airports, seaports and mailing facilities. Quarantine and border staffers have been alerted to look out for live birds and bird related products entering Australia from countries where there has been an outbreak of avian influenza. They have also been issued with instructions on precautions necessary to protect themselves in their work.

How will I know if a pandemic has reached Australia?

The Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing is closely monitoring the situation overseas. Australia has a robust surveillance system and strong measures in place at international borders to give us maximal warning of the pandemic reaching Australia. If a pandemic occurs, it will be announced by the Australian Government through the media and a public information campaign which will include details of the pandemic threat level and any actions that individuals and communities need to take to prepare or respond.

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RISKS IDENTIFIED

Impact on organisation / Community.

Likelihood of occurrence.

Rate (the risks) in order of priority.

In the event of an influenza pandemic, identify the risks that may impede your organisation’s ability to meet its key business services/activities (e.g. absenteeism of staff, loss of IT etc ).

Describe the possible impact of the risk (if it were to occur), including any interdependencies that
may be affected.

High, medium or low?

Identify your top five risks.

A)Production, supply and distribution of water Loss of water supply to the community HIGH 1

B) Waste management Loss of waste management services MED

C) Waste water management Loss of sewerage management services HIGH 2

D) Health Services including Community Transport Without staff, the elderly / disabled would be left
with public transport services LOW

E) Maintenance of Mortuary Services With any health pandemic, it would be assumed there would be extensive loss of life/ mass
fatalities

LOW 4

F) Maintenance of Emergency Services Provision Inadequate staff to assist with Local Emergency
Operations Centre etc HIGH 3

G) Accommodation – assist emergency operations ensuring adequate accommodation for displaced persons Depending on the scale of the pandemic, many persons may become displaced, homeless MED

H) Animal Welfare services / animal holding centres Persons flee area may turn pets loose / may be
too sick to care for their animals LOW

I) Loss of Road maintenance Depending duration of pandemic and time of year, roads may fall into state of disrepair LOW

J) Loss of Council Staff / IT Services

IT would form a vital role especially with the setting up Emergency Operations Centre and maintaining updates on council’s web site.

MED 5

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BEFORE THE EVENT PRIORITIES / TREATMENTS

Action/Treatment When Supporting Documents/Resources Who's Responsible

List the prioritised risks identified in Step 2. Outline the action/treatment you could take before the event occurs, to minimise the impact of the risk.

Include any relationship with other organisations, individuals and their facilities/resources.

Detail when you would activate/complete the action/treatment.

Identify your key documents and resources (that will be used as part of your action/treatment plan), how they can be accessed and where they are retained.

Include delegation of authority, escalation processes and key contacts.

1) Production, supply and distribution of water

Identify key operators/Immunise maintain minimum staff levels.

Senior staff with appropriate skills may be able to operate.

Soon as vaccinations are available Operation manuals procedures SWS W/WW Manager.

2) Waste water management

Identify key operators/Immunise maintain minimum staff levels.

Senior staff with appropriate skills may be able to operate.

Soon as vaccinations are available Operation manuals procedures SWS W/WW Manager.

3) Maintenance of Emergency

Services Provision Identify key operators – approx 10

As per DISPLAN DISPLAN

Paul Mullins NSW HealthDept

4) Maintenance of Burial Services Identify key operators Stage 1 of epidemic SWS Procedures

Barry Day

5) Loss of Council Staff / IT Services Identify key operators ref doc 1.26 Stage 1 of epidemic 1.26 v1.0 IT Disaster Recovery Plan and Agreement.doc

Tony Edwards
Michael Edwards

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LOCAL ACTION PLAN

To be updated at time of event ref to 1.20 v1.0 Disaster Office Recovery Plan.DOC
Organisation Details

Details:

Organisation Name
Address
Location (Street Directory Reference)
Telephone Number
Facsimile Number
Email Address
Key Response Team - Contacts and Roles (ref
Name Work number
After hours
Number / Mobile
Role in an event
Back-up
External Contact Details
Organisation Name Office Number After hours
Number
Police
Fire
Ambulance
Insurance Company
Contractors
Suppliers
Key Staff
Volunteers
Building
Owners/Lessee

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TEAM PROCEDURES TEMPLATE

Team: Manager:

Back-Up Manager:

Procedures Action Required

Before the Event –

Preparation Phase Person Responsible Supporting Documents/ Resources

During the Event - Immediate Phase Person Responsible Time Elapsed (hours/days) Supporting Documents/ Resources

After the Event - Recovery Phase Person Responsible Time Elapsed (days/months) Supporting Documents/ Resources
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COMMUNICATE THE PLAN

Communication Strategy

Objectives Target Group Key Messages Communication tool Notes

Outline the objectives you need to achieve as part of your communicating the influenza pandemic plan (e.g. customer shave the information they need during and following an event; managers keep their staff informed of what to do in an emergency).Specifically identify who needs to receive the information/message (e.g. which customers, managers, volunteers, suppliers, business partners?).

Detail the information you need to provide at various stages of the event (to ensure your objective is achieved).

Identify the tools youhave available to distribute information  (e.g. manager’s kit, fact sheets, posters in
the workplace, planning meetings).

Identify when,who and how the message will becommunicated, including how you can check the objective has been achieved.

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TEST AND REVIEW OUR PLAN

Business Continuity Planning Checklist

Question Yes No

Do you know what the most critical functions and services of your organisation are?

If yes, have these functions been documented?

Do you know what impact a pandemic might have on your organisation and services?

If yes, have these impacts been documented?

Do you know who the key people are in your organisation and their roles?

If yes, have they been documented?

Do you know what key skills are required to continue the delivery of your key servic

If yes, have they been documented?

Are you aware of the contribution made to your organisation by volunteers?

If yes, is it documented?

Do you know how long you can continue to operate with limited staff and limited or volunteers?

If yes, has this been documented?

Do you know what specialist information technology and/or equipment is required for operation?

If yes, has this been listed?

Do you know which supplier organisations or contractors are required for you to continue to operate?

If yes, are there alternative options available?

Have you seen their plans to ensure they will still be able to provide products/services to you?

Do your employees know what to do in a pandemic?

Have you developed social distancing policies? Are staff aware of pandemic hygie social distancing practices?

Have you rehearsed measures that support social distancing i.e. testing technology employees to work from home, establishing teleconferencing facilities etc?

Do you have the contact details for your employees, volunteers, suppliers, insurers and contractors if you need them in an emergency?

Is this information stored in more than one place?

Does your location or neighbouring organisations increase your risk (e.g. do you have a reception desk that is open to the public)?

Do you have supplies of masks, gloves, detergents, alcohol wipes etc?

Do you have cash reserves?

Would staff/volunteers be able to assume different roles to ensure the delivery of services if required (e.g. have staff been crossed trained)?

Do staff members share in key organisational information or is it accessible (e.g. can several people access keys, passes, safe combinations) if access is required in an emergency?

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If you answered “No” to any of these questions, you should consider developing or expanding plans that can assist you to manage an unscheduled event.

If you answered “Yes” to any of these questions, you should still remember to review and update these plans.

TOOLS AND RESOURCES

http://www.flupandemic.gov.au/internet/panflu/publishing.nsf/Content/hom
e-1

http://www.healthemergency.gov.au/internet/healthemergency/publishing.n
sf/Content/health-swine_influenza-index.htm

http://www.healthemergency.gov.au/internet/healthemergency/publishing.n
sf/Content/resources


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Informasi di Flu Burung


Mohon dibaca dengan hati-hati-; baca juga artikel-artikel lain dari 5th Estate mengenai flu burung


The 5th Estate
02/06/2012

Flu Burung merupakan infeksi oleh virus influenza A subtipe H5N1 (H=hemagglutinin; N= neuraminidase) yang pada umumnya menyerang unggas, burung, ayam dan dapat menyerang manusia (penyakit zoonosis) yang sejak akhir tahun 2003 menyerang Asia Timur dan Selatan. Sampai dengan tanggal 6 Februari 2004 telah ditemukan sebanyak 20 penderita Avian Influenza H5N1 (Vietnam 15; Thailand 5) dan menimbulkan kematian pada 16 orang (Vietnam 11; Thailand 5) (Case Fatality Rate = 80%). Dan ditakutkan penderita kasus Flu Burung ini akan meningkat menjadi pandemi seperti yang telah terjadi 1 abad yang lalu. Virus jenis H5N1 ini juga menyerang ternak ayam Indonesia sejak bulan Oktober 2003 sampai Februari 2004, telah dilaporkan sebanyak 4,7 juta ayam mati. Di Indonesia telah ditemukan kasus flu burung pada manusia, dengan demikian Indonesia merupakan negara ke lima di Asia setelah Hongkong, Thailand, Vietnam dan Kamboja yang terkena flu burung pada manusia. Virus flu burung masih bersirkulasi di unggas dan hewan lain sehingga masih akan ada kemungkinan terjadi penularan kepada manusia. Penanganan kasus flu burung pada manusia memerlukan upaya khusus yang meliputi deteksi kasus, penatalaksanaan klinis, pencegahan infeksi nosokomial, dan pelacakan kontak. Salah satu hal terkait dengan upaya penanggulangan kasus flu burung adalah sistem rujukan pasien dan pemeriksaan laboratorium diagnostik. Departemen Kesehatan telah menetapkan 44 rumah sakit rujukan di seluruh Indonesia.

I. PENDAHULUAN


Penyakit flu burung atau flu unggas (Bird Flu, Avian Influenza) adalah suatu penyakit menular yang disebabkan oleh virus influenza tipe A dan ditularkan oleh unggas. Penyakit flu burung yang disebabkan oleh virus avian infuenza jenis H5N1 pada unggas dikonfirmasikan telah terjadi di Republik Korea, Vietnam, Jepang, Thailand, Kamboja, Taiwan, Laos, China, Indonesia dan Pakistan. Sumber virus diduga berasal dari migrasi burung dan transportasi unggas yang terinfeksi.


Monster Indonesia pencipta H5N1 Kawaoka, Teridah Ernala Ginting
Pada Januari 2004, di beberapa propinsi di Indonesia terutama Bali, Botabek, Jawa Timur, Jawa Tengah, Kalimantan Barat dan Jawa Barat dilaporkan adanya kasus kematian ayam ternak yang luar biasa. Awalnya kematian tersebut disebabkan oleh karena virus new castle, namun konfirmasi terakhir oleh Departemen Pertanian disebabkan oleh virus flu burung (Avian influenza (AI)). Jumlah unggas yang mati akibat wabah penyakit flu burung di 10 propinsi di Indonesia sangat besar yaitu 3.842.275 ekor (4,77%) dan yang paling tinggi jumlah kematiannya adalah propinsi Jawa Barat (1.541.427 ekor).

Kehebohan itu bertambah ketika wabah tersebut menyebabkan sejumlah manusia juga meninggal. Pada tanggal 19 Januari 2004, pejabat WHO mengkonfirmasikan lima warga Vietnam tewas akibat flu burung. Sementara itu di negara Thailand sudah enam orang tewas akibat terserang flu burung, seorang remaja berusia 6 tahun dipastikan menjadi orang Thailand pertama yang dikonfirmasi tewas akibat wabah tersebut. Seorang Epidemiologis dari Pusat Pengawasan Penyakit Dr. Danuta Skowronski, mengatakan bahwa 80% kasus flu burung menyerang anak-anak dan remaja. Tingkat kematian akibat flu burung sangat tinggi. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian atas 10 orang yang terinfeksi virus flu burung di Vietnam, WHO menemukan bahwa dari 10 orang yang terinfeksi 8 orang yang meninggal, seorang sembuh dan seorang lagi dalam kondisi kritis.

Hingga 17 Agustus 2006, WHO telah mencatat sebanyak 239 kasus dengan 140 kematian pada manusia yang disebabkan virus ini. Rincian sebagai berikut :

° Vietnam : 93 kasus, 42 kematian

° Indonesia : 58 kasus, 45 kematian (negara kasus kematian tertinggi)

° Thailand : 24 kasus, 16 kematian

° RRC : 21 kasus, 14 kematian

° Mesir : 14 kasus, 6 kematian

° Turki : 12 kasus, 4 kematian

° Azerbaijan : 8 kasus, 5 kematian

° Kamboja : 6 kasus, 6 kematian

° Irak : 2 kasus, 2 kematian

° Djibouti : 1 kasus tanpa kematian

Bila kita bandingkan dengan SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) Penyakit flu burung ini lebih sedikit kasusnya hanya 25 kasus di seluruh dunia dan yang meninggal mencapai 19 orang (CFR=76%). Sedangkan pada penyakit SARS dari 8098 kasus yang meninggal hanya 774 orang (CFR = 9,6%).

Berdasarkan hasil penelitian sementara (serosurvei) Badan Penelitian dan Pengembangan Kesehatan dan Dirjen P2MPLP, Depkes RI pada tanggal 1-3 Februari di sejumlah wilayah Indonesia ( di Kabupaten Tangerang, Propinsi Banten dan Kabupaten Tabanan & Karang Asem Bali) belum ditemukan adanya kasus flu burung pada manusia.

Melihat kenyataan ini seyogyanya masyarakat tidak perlu panik dengan adanya kasus flu burung di Indonesia, tetapi harus tetap waspada, terutama bagi kelompok yang beresiko karena kita tidak bisa memungkiri bahwa virus ini di negara lain telah menginfeksi manusia.

II. EPIDEMIOLOGI


1. Penyebab


Penyebab flu burung adalah virus influenza tipe A. Virus influenza termasuk famili Orthomyxoviridae. Virus influenza tipe A dapat berubah-ubah bentuk (Drift, Shift), dan dapat menyebabkan epidemi dan pandemi. Berdasarkan sub tipenya terdiri dari Hemaglutinin (H) dan Neuramidase (N). Kedua huruf ini digunakan sebagai identifikasi kode subtipe flu burung yang banyak jenisnya.

Pada manusia hanya terdapat jenis H1N1, H2N2, H3N3, H5N1, H9N2, H1N2, H7N7. Sedangkan pada binatang H1-H5 dan N1-N98. Strain yang sangat virulen/ganas dan menyebabkan flu burung adalah dari subtipe A H5N1. Virus tersebut dapat bertahan hidup di air sampai 4 hari pada suhu 22 °C dan lebih dari 30 hari pada 0 °C. Virus akan mati pada pemanasan 60 °C selama 30 menit atau 56 °C selama 3 jam dan dengan detergent, desinfektan misalnya formalin, serta cairan yang mengandung iodin.

2. Gejala

Gejala flu burung dapat dibedakan pada unggas dan manusia.

a. Gejala pada unggas
- Jengger berwarna biru
- Borok di kaki
- Kematian mendadak

b. Gejala pada manusia

- Demam (suhu badan diatas 38 °C)

- Batuk dan nyeri tenggorokan

- Radang saluran pernapasan atas

- Pneumonia

- Infeksi mata

- Nyeri otot

3. Masa Inkubasi

- Pada Unggas : 1 minggu

- Pada Manusia : 1-3 hari , Masa infeksi 1 hari sebelum sampai 3-5 hari sesudah timbul gejala. Pada anak sampai 21 hari .

4. Penularan

Flu burung menular dari unggas ke unggas, dan dari unggas kemanusia, melalui air liur, lendir dari hidung dan feces. Penyakit ini dapat menular melalui udara yang tercemar virus H5N1 yang berasal dari kotoran atau sekreta burung/unggas yang menderita flu burung. Penularan dari unggas ke manusia juga dapat terjadi jika bersinggungan langsung dengan unggas yang terinfeksi flu burung. Contohnya: pekerja di peternakan ayam , pemotong ayam dan penjamah produk unggas lainnya.

5. Penyebaran


Penyebaran flu burung di berbagai belahan dunia antara lain:

• Ayam dan manusia di Hongkong. Selama wabah tersebut Pada tahun 1997 Avian Influenza A (H5N1) telah menginfeksi berlangsung 18 orang telah dirawat di rumah sakit dan 6 diantaranya meninggal dunia. Untuk mencegah penyebaran tersebut pemerintah setempat memusnahkan 1,5 juta ayam yang terinfeksi flu burung.

• Pada tahun 1999, di Hongkong dilaporkan adanya kasus Avian Influenza A (H9N2) pada 2 orang anak tanpa menimbulkan kematian.

• Pada tahun 2003, di Hongkong ditemukan lagi dua kasus Avian Influenza A (H5N1) dan satu orang meninggal.

• Pada tahun 2003, di Belanda ditemukan 80 kasus Avian Influenza A (H7N7) dan satu diantaranya meninggal.

• Pada tahun 2004 terjadi lagi 25 kasus Avian Influenza A (H5N1) di Vietnam (19) dan Thailand (6) yang menyebabkan 19 orang meninggal (5 di Thailand, 14 di Vietnam)

III. PENCEGAHAN


a. Pada Unggas:

1. Pemusnahan unggas/burung yang terinfeksi flu burung

2. Vaksinasi pada unggas yang sehat

b. Pada Manusia :

1.Kelompok berisiko tinggi (pekerja peternakan dan pedagang)

a. Mencuci tangan dengan desinfektan dan mandi sehabis bekerja.

b. Hindari kontak langsung dengan ayam atau unggas yang terinfeksi flu burung.

c. Menggunakan alat pelindung diri. (contoh : masker dan pakaian kerja).

d. Meninggalkan pakaian kerja ditempat kerja.

e. Membersihkan kotoran unggas setiap hari.

f. Imunisasi.

2.Masyarakat umum

a. Menjaga daya tahan tubuh dengan memakan makanan bergizi & istirahat cukup.

b. Mengolah unggas dengan cara yang benar, yaitu :

- Pilih unggas yang sehat (tidak terdapat gejala-gejala penyakit pada tubuhnya)

- Memasak daging ayam sampai dengan suhu ± 80 °C selama 1 menit dan pada telur sampai dengan suhu ± 64 °C selama 4,5 menit.

Vaksin influenza musiman tidak dapat melindungi kita dari virus H5N1. Namun, mereka yang bepergian harus mendapatkan vaksin influenza musiman terbaru, karena influenza biasa mungkin saja terjadi di negara tropis. Siapapun yang terkena virus H5N1, seperti para pekerja peternakan, harus pula mendapatkan vaksin influenza musiman untuk meminimalkan resiko infeksi rangkap dari virus flu burung dan virus flu manusia

IV. PENGOBATAN

Pengobatan bagi penderita flu burung adalah.

1) Oksigenasi bila terdapat sesak napas.

2) Hidrasi dengan pemberian cairan parenteral (infus).

3) Pemberian obat anti virus oseltamivir 75 mg dosis tunggal selama 7 hari.

4) Amantadin diberikan pada awal infeksi, sedapat mungkin dalam waktu 48 jam pertama selama 3-5 hari dengan dosis 5 mg/kg BB perhari dibagi dalam 2 dosis. Bila berat badan lebih dari 45 kg diberikan 100 mg 2 kali sehari.

V. TINJAUAN PUSTAKA

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http://www.infeksi.com

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Obama: US, Israel working in ‘lockstep’ on Iran


Obama and his henchmen know the end is near for them as Americans finally become aware of who has destroyed them by looting the Treasury, Ft. Knox of it's gold; any war will do to distract Americans, impose Martial Law

PRESS TV
02/06/2012

US President Barack Obama says he does not think Israel has decided whether to launch a military strike against Iran over its atomic activities.

"YO!  You be dead, Blood..."
"I don't think that Israel has made a decision on what they need to do. I think they, like us, believe that Iran has to stand down on its nuclear program," Obama said in an interview with NBC television network on Sunday.

He added that Israel and the United States would work "in lockstep" on Iran.

"I will say that we have closer military and intelligence consultation between our two countries than we've ever had," Obama said, adding, "We are going to be sure that we work in lockstep as we proceed to try to solve this -- hopefully diplomatically."

He reiterated that the United States has removed no option from consideration in dealing with Iran.

The remarks come as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has warned ministers from his center-right Likud political party to avoid making statements on a possible military attack against Iran, saying such remarks could be damaging to Israel.


"The chatter causes extensive damage, puts Israel on the front line and impedes the sanction efforts," Ynetnews| quoted Netanyahu as saying during a Likud ministerial meeting in al-Quds (Jerusalem) on Sunday.

On February 2, Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said if Western sanctions imposed against Iran fail to stop its nuclear program, military action against the country must be put on the agenda.

Meanwhile, Israeli Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Ya'alon has threatened Iran with a military strike against its nuclear facilities in an attempt to force the Islamic Republic to abandon its nuclear activities.

Speaking at the 12th Annual Herzliya Conference in Israel last Thursday, he said that Iran's atomic sites are “within striking distance,” adding that “any facility defended by a human being can be penetrated."

Despite the widely publicized claims by the US, Israel and some of their European allies that Iran's nuclear program may include a military aspect, Iran insists on its civilian nature, arguing that as a signatory to the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it has the right to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.

The IAEA has conducted numerous inspections of Iran's nuclear facilities but has never found any evidence indicating that Tehran's civilian nuclear program has diverted towards nuclear weapons production.

This is while the Israeli regime is widely known to possess between 200 and 400 nuclear warheads. Furthermore, Tel Aviv refuses to allow its nuclear facilities to come under international regulatory inspectors and rejects any international nuclear regulatory agreements.

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Another Bahraini killed by toxic tear gas


Obama's murder machine in high gear in Bahrain and Middle East Arab countries; selling old, killer CS gas to Arab dictators to use on their own people

PRESS TV
02/03/2012

A Bahraini civilian has died of asphyxia after Saudi-backed regime forces fired toxic tear gas into a house, activist reported.

Obama, CIA's gift to democratic Bahrain people
Ali Abdullah died on Monday several days after regime forces attacked his house using tear gas.

Bahraini troops heavily rely on tear gas and stun grenades in dispersing peaceful anti-government protesters. Several Bahraini civilians, mostly senior citizens and kids, who had not participated in protest rallies have also died from asphyxia after regime troops fired tear gas in residential areas and into homes in violation of international standards that Bahrain is a signatory to.

Amnesty International has warned about the Bahraini government's misuse of tear gas against anti-regime protesters and has called for an investigation into the tear gas-related deaths.

Meanwhile, thousands of anti-government protesters have started a week-long rally in the northern village of Muqsha, west of the capital, Manama, pressing for their demands and condemning the suppression of protests.


Obama and murdering crew responsible for every Bahraini death
They also called for the immediate release of political prisoners.

Bahraini opposition groups, which organized the demonstrations, said the protest would continue until February 14, the first anniversary of the popular uprising in Bahrain.

Anti-government protesters have also vowed to march toward the site of Pearl Square, the epicenter of the country's uprising which was razed down last year as part of Manama's crackdown on protests. It is now called Martyr's Square.

"This is a dress rehearsal for the return. We will return! We will return! Soon our sit-in will not be here but at the Pearl Square," said poetess Ayat al-Qormozi, who was jailed for reading out a poem criticizing the king at Pearl Square.

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