I generally don't even read toggle-text articles, let alone post one. I just skim them and attempt to pick out anything that may be important. PFI's Commonground posted this toggle-text translation from Metrotbnews in Jakarta, I include a few relevant snips...
Metrotvnews.com, Jakarta: the Health Minister (Menkes) Siti Prominent Supari admitted, the bird flu virus in Indonesia was what was cruellest in the world with the mortality rate more than 74 percent.
Therefore, Siti reminded the community in order to continue to carry out the prevention of the spreading of the bird flu virus with the pattern of the clean life and keep away himself from direct contact with the poultry.
The photo is a listing of the top five districts where human H5N1 infection has occurred in Indonesia. The column headings: Ranking, District, total case count, deaths.
This matter was explained by Siti in Jakarta, Jum'at (6/4).
The last death was because of bird flu suffered by Rizky Yulianti (4 years).
Kemarian Rizky increased long the list of the positive patient bird flu that died.
With the Rizky death, that by the Department of the Health was it was confirmed positive because of bird flu, the number of positive cases of bird flu in Indonesia ingga at this time totalling 93. From the number 73 people or 78.5 percent died.
This lists Rizky as the 73rd fatal victim, but the blog entry that precedes this one lists a 15 year old girl as the 73rd victim. They can not be the same person because Rizky is a four year old.
Paman Rizky, Pung Zulkarnain, admitted to not suspecting Rizky of going so fast.
The family was also surprised with the positive verdict bird flu against Rizky.
Because, before dying Rizky never contact with the poultry
The neighbour Rizky also stated, their residence territory there in Street Sibanyak, Pegangsaan, was no resident who maintained the poultry. Although there are those that maintained the poultry, his location very far from the Rizky house.
The family is firmly stating that there is no contact with poultry, nor does it seem that there were poultry kept on the street. Is this fact? Who knows, residents have had a propensity to hide their chickens and ducks when they feared that that they would be taken and killed.
Does the article intend to state only domestic poultry (chickens and ducks) or does it mean all birds? Pet birds are quite popular in Indonesia and since the article (translated) uses the term "poultry" it could be reasonable to assume that there may have been birds around this child.
As I was working on this post I found a different translation at Fluwiki that gives the exact opposite meaning to the last paragraph of the article above, and also gives the age of Rizky at 14 and not 4. Graphically illustrating why I don't normally read the translated texts much less post them. It serves to also show what the dedicated Flubies who track down and puzzle out these things are up against. It is often frustrating, time consuming, and in the end, wrong. It helps us maintain the best picture
As being reported, Rizky Yulianti (14 years) died in the Infection Hospital (RSPI) Sulianti Saroso, Jakarta, on last Thursday (5/4). Rizky was treated in this hospital for a week. The RSPI side justified Rizky positive bird flu was based on the inspection of the blood test totalling twice. From relatives's information Rizky, their house in Street Sibayak, Pegangsaan, Jakarta the Centre, indeed maintained the poultry. However, there was not even one poultries that was sick and died.
So, does that leave me with an invalidated entry? Quite probably, but I am going to post it anyway, it illustrates so much by doing so.