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新型冠状病毒感染—最新简报

新型冠状病毒感染最新简报

2013221 - 沙特阿拉伯卫生部向世卫组织通报了另一例新型冠状病毒感染确诊病例。

病人于2013129日入院就医,于2013210日死亡。此病例于2013218日得到实验室确认。正进一步调查这一病例。

英国健康保护署继续调查3名成员感染了新型冠状病毒的聚集性病例的一个家庭。此家庭的一名原先患有疾患的成员已死亡。

迄今共向世卫组织通报了13例人类感染新型冠状病毒确诊病例,其中有7人死亡。

根据目前的情况以及现有信息,世卫组织鼓励所有会员国继续对严重急性呼吸道感染(SARI)实施监测并且对任何异常情形进行认真审查。应考虑对患有不明原因肺炎的病人或对患有不明原因的严重、进行性或并发的呼吸道疾病、且治疗无效果的病人进行新型冠状病毒检测,尤其是对来自世界已知受影响地区的旅行者或居民进行检测。

无论发生在世界何处,应彻底调查任何SARI或者卫生人员中出现的SARI聚集病例。

请所有会员国迅速评估并向世卫组织通报任何新发的新型冠状病毒病例或聚集病例。

世卫组织并不建议在入境口岸针对这一事件实施特别筛查,也不建议采取任何旅行或者贸易限制措施。

世卫组织继续密切监测情况。

Novel coronavirus infection - update

21 February 2013 - The Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia has informed WHO of another confirmed case of infection with the novel coronavirus (NCoV).

The patient was hospitalized on 29 January 2013 and died on 10 February 2013. The case was laboratory-confirmed on 18 February 2013. Further investigation into this case is ongoing.

In the United Kingdom, the Health Protection Agency continues to investigate the family cluster where three members of the family tested positive for NCoV infection. One member of this family, who had an underlying health condition, has died.

To date, WHO has been informed of a total of 13 confirmed cases of human infection with NCoV, including seven deaths.

Based on the current situation and available information, WHO encourages all Member States (MS) to continue their surveillance for severe acute respiratory infections (SARI) and to carefully review any unusual patterns. Testing for the NCoV should be considered in patients with unexplained pneumonias, or in patients with unexplained, severe, progressive or complicated respiratory illness not responding to treatment, particularly in persons traveling from or resident in areas of the world known to be affected.

Any clusters of SARI or SARI in healthcare workers should be thoroughly investigated, regardless of where in the world they occur.

All MS are reminded to promptly assess and notify WHO of any new case or clusters of cases with NCoV infection.

WHO does not advise special screening at points of entry with regard to this event nor does it recommend that any travel or trade restrictions be applied.

WHO continues to closely monitor the situation.