Sunday, April 20, 2014

An OFW Died of MERS Corona Virus in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia?



Sa ulat ni Nash Maulana ng Inquirer Mindanao, isang OFW galing ng Mindanao na nagtratrabaho na ng limang taon sa Saudi Arabia ang namatay at ang dahilan daw ng ikinamatay ay ang nakakatakot na MERS Corona Virus o Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Corona Virus. Ayon sa ama ni Husna, na dinala anak niya na OFW sa King Fahd Hospital sa Jeddah noon at namatay doon noong April 12, 2014. 


Sabi ng ama ni Husna ayon sa mga balita ng mga kamag-anak nila na nasa Jeddah na nagkaroon ng flu-like symptoms si Husna bago dinala sa King Fahd Hospital ngunit namatay siya pagkalipas ng ilang araw. Hindi na raw pinauwi ang mga labi dahil ipinagbabawal ayon sa “quarantine restrictions”


Kung totoo ang balitang ito, isang OFW sa UAE ang namatay dahil dito at ito ang isa pa sa Saudi Arabia.

May mga bagay na nais kung itanong kong may mga informational drive po ba, at may mga Tagalog posters and graphics ads na pinapakalat ang ating mga Embassies at Consulates sa UAE at KSA para sa mga kababayang OFW upang maging aware, mapalawak ang kaalaman kung paano maiwasan ang parang lumalalang sitwasyon na ito. 

Para sa mga detalye ukol sa sakit na ito. Basahin dito para sa ating kaalaman


ANO NGA BA ANG MERS CORONA VIRUS? BASAHIN ANG DETALYE DITO. PAGLILINAW SA NAKAKAMATAY NA SAKIT NA MERS CORONA VIRUS



COTABATO CITY, Philippines – An overseas Filipino worker from Maguindanao, who had worked in Saudi Arabia about five years already, recently died of suspected Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome-Coronavirus (Mers-CoV), the family said here.

Tidting Khalifa of Matanog, Maguindanao, said her 44-year old daughter, Husna, had been taken to the King Fahd Hospital in Jeddah and died there on April 12.

Husna, he said, had been in Saudi Arabia since 2009, on an assumed passport belonging to a Norisa Naing.
“It was given to her by her recruiter,” he said, without identifying the recruiter.
Khalifa, quoting information the family got from sources – including other relatives working in Jeddah — said his daughter had suffered from flu-like symptoms before being taken to the King Fahd hospital.
But she died a few days later.

Her remains were buried there due to quarantine restrictions, he said.
Mers-CoV has been giving Saudi health authorities a serious headache since first discovered there in 2012.
Victims suffering from Mers-CoV develop severe acute respiratory illness such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath. About 50 percent of the 206 victims diagnosed with the viral disease had died, the Saudi Ministry of Health said.










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