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Estonya'da "domuz Gribi" Şüphesi Taşıyan Yabancı Turistlere Yönelik Tavsiyeler , 11.06.2009

Estonya Sağlık Kurulu, Domuz gribi - A(H1N1) - şüphesi taşıyan yabancı turistlerin yapması gerekenlere ilişkin bir dizi tavsiye yayınlamıştır. Sözkonusu tavsiyeler Estonya Dışişleri Bakanlığı'ndan temin edilmekle aşağıda sunulmuştur.

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T.C. Tallin Büyükelçiliği

Recommendations for nationals of foreign countries temporarily staying in Estonia who suspect a case of the new type A(H1N1) flu

1.     The new type A(H1N1) flu can be suspected if two conditions are met simultaneously:

Condition I: high fever over 38.0°C, cough and/or headache and muscle pain and/or difficulties breathing and/or pneumonia.

Condition II: There has been direct contact with a person suffering from a confirmed! case of the new type A(H1N1) flu or a recent (7-10 days before the appearance of symptoms) visit to a risk area  - a country in which a continued human-to-human transmission of the new type A(H1N1) flu virus has been confirmed.

Foreigners (tourists) staying temporarily in Estonia can turn to the departments for infectious diseases of the following hospitals for medical care/testing/consultation:

In Tallinn, Northern, North-West and Central Estonia:

Lääne-Tallinna Keskhaigla Nakkuskeskus (West-Tallinn Central Hospital Centre for Infectious Diseases) - Paldiski mnt 62, Tallinn, reception 24 h, phone 659 850;

In Tartu and Southern Estonia:

Tartu Ülikooli Kliinikum (Tartu University Hospital), during regular office hours ambulatory care reception in the Cabinet for Infectious Diseases at Puusepa 1a, phone 731 9120; outside regular office hours – the Department for Emergency Medicine, Puusepa 8, phone 731 8183 (Department for Infectious Diseases, phone 731 8665, Riia 167); children’s reception 24 h, Lastekliinik (Children’s Hospital), Lunini 6, reception phone no 731 9512;

In Pärnu and South-West Estonia:

Pärnu Haigla (Pärnu Hospital), Ristiku 1, Pärnu, Department for Emergency Medicine – 24h, during regular office hours reception of the doctor for infectious diseases in the clinic, Ristiku 1, phone 447 3393;

In Eastern and North-East Estonia:

Ida-Viru Keskhaigla (Ida-Viru Central Hospital), Tervise 1, Kohtla-Järve, adults 24h, Department for Infectious Diseases, phone 337 8899, consultation during regular office hours in the same department, phone 337 8798; children, Department for Infectious Diseases of Children, Tervise 1, Kohtla-Järve, phone 337 8858;

Narva Haigla SA (Narva Hospital), during regular office hours Department for Infectious Diseases, Karja 6, Narva, phone 35 48804; 24h Department for Emergency Medicine, Haigla tn 7, phone 357 1795.

2. Call 112 if the patient needs emergency medical care because of his or her health condition (all phone networks everywhere in Estonia). The ambulance will bring the patient to the hospital, if necessary.

3. Medical care, except for visit and in-patient fees, is free of charge for persons holding a European Health Insurance Card. The visit fee of medical specialists is up to 50 kroons and the in-patient fee is up to 25 kroons.

4. Persons without insurance shall pay the cost of their medical examinations/medical care themselves according to the price list of the health care provider.

Health Care Board

03.06.2009