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    BBC /Ecoli 1+2

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    BBC /Ecoli 1+2
    Message de moonlit-sunset posté le 03-06-2011 à 21:57:39 (S | E | F)
    Bonjour à tous !

    J'ai aujourd'hui décidé de faire la transcription de cette vidéo : Lien Internet


    Pourriez-vous m'aider avec certains passages/mots que je n'arrive pas à trouver?
    Le texte est scindé en 2 parties.
    Merci d'avance :

    1ère partie:
    Well, the outbreak doesn’t look as very XXXXX increasing rapidly. The Germans / The Europeans think it may well have peaked but of course, because there’s an incubation period between being exposed and falling ill which might be as long as two weeks, the outbreak XXXXXXX is going on increasing,when in fact perhaps, the suspect food, whatever that is, has been taken out from the market only …. (for a temporary time ?)

    We know about these kidney complications it’s a new strain, is it a more vicious strain ?

    Well, so far it looks as it may well be. I think we have to wait and see until XXXXXXX to settle before before we could be certain of that, but it certainly isn’t as XXXXXXX as any particular kinds of E.coli that we’ve seen in the past. The number / The proportion of people getting the uremic syndrome which is the kidney complication, affects blood and goes on sometimes to affect the brain and the heart, seems to be really quite high, in this outbreak, in fact very high in this outbreak, and it’s affecting people outside the normal risk groups, the very young and the very old as well, it’s going for young adults, middle-aged people, so that’s unusual and clearly we want to find out more about that, to see whether this is general strain or whether this is just a very large number of cases looking ? there and what we see is a typically XXXXXXXXX

    We found more about it. How critically is that, how critically is it to find the source ?

    Well it’s very critical to find the source, if one can pinpoint the source one can then do something about it and be absolutely certain that that source isn’t being stopped, and of course that’s the problem for the Germans, they haven’t XXXXXX to do that. The Spanish cucumber, it seemed to be as far as one can tell it , so it may well be some local produce in Germany, that’s the problem, but until XXXX find what it is and find out what went wrong, they’re still left on this uncertainty to whether they really have XXXXXX the outbreak in the bug.

    Yes it leaves open the potential for more people to contract it, obviously, but in terms of how it is actually caught I was talking about how the Germans use XXXXXX thus making the point that you can take XXXXX very close contact, get it from person to person.

    Yeah, we know from past experience that in outbreaks about sort of maybe 20% of cases are from person to person spread. They usually XXXXXXX families, very close personal contact is XXXXXXX the bug itself is very infectious, you don’t need to eat many of them to actually fall ill but nevertheless , about one in five cases in an outbreak will be due to this person-to-person spread and it’s really very important of course to advise people about things like handwashing, that’s the central thing, to prevent the spread of the bug, the bug is on the hands after being in the toilet and so on, particularly people who’ve got symptoms of gastro-enteritis and that goes XXXXXX to other members of families and that’s usually with children that we have the bigger problems about person-to-person spread.

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 03-06-2011 22:03



    Réponse: BBC /Ecoli 1+2 de moonlit-sunset, postée le 03-06-2011 à 21:59:53 (S | E)
    Voici la seconde partie. Désolée, c'est assez long !

    You spoke earlier about risk groups, obviously it appears that you have to travel to Germany to actually contract this but within those people that are coming to and from Germany, are there particular groups that are vulnerable ?

    Well the main resXXXXX are people in this age group the very young and the very old, this outbreak usually, it doesn’t seem to be targeting the young children, children have had a very hard time with this kind of bug in the past, they seem to be escaping, maybe just due to the nature of the food that is causing problems, it’s not a favorite for children under five. The elderly, I know some of the fatal cases have been in quite ??? elderly people, and they have very much risks from getting the complications XXXXXXXX (vehicle ?) elder, it can, as it is in this outbreak affects any age and cause serious and XXXXXXX in fact frightening complications

    Just a final thought, there’s probably outside of your … but the ratios of … EU imports the EU said that’s disproportioned and until we find the source of this, could it be let XXXX move ?
    Well, it’s always very difficult in this kind of situations to separate trade issues from public health issues and I think the ratios are pushing this for reasons best known to themselves , we saw this would be XXXXX, it’s always a complication in this kind of unfortunate health problem where it spills over to trade issues and I think the ratios are overrated, but nevertheless people might say well we justify the Germans haven’t found the sources we buy from Germany so we’ve got to buy, to spread it to the rest of Europe, is I think it’s a step far too far.

    Merci encore
    Moonlit-Sunset

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    Modifié par lucile83 le 03-06-2011 22:10



    Réponse: BBC /Ecoli 1+2 de aneth-estragon, postée le 03-06-2011 à 22:36:49 (S | E)
    Hello ! My goodness, they're quick ! Seems that bugs are catching up with them !

    Well, the outbreak doesn’t look as very though it's
    increasing rapidly. The Germans / The Europeans think it may well have
    peaked but of course, because there’s an incubation period between being
    exposed and falling ill which might be as long as two weeks, the
    outbreak will look as though it's going on look as though it's increasing,when in fact perhaps, the suspect food, whatever that is, has been taken out from off the market only …. (for a temporary time ?)



    We know about these kidney complications it’s a new strain, is it a more vicious strain ?



    Well, so far it looks as it may well be. I think we have to wait and see until all the dust has settled  before before we could be certain of that, but it certainly isn’t as nasty
    as any particular kinds of E.coli that we’ve seen in the past. The
    number / The proportion of people getting the uremic syndrome which is
    the kidney complication, affects blood and goes on sometimes to affect
    the brain and the heart, seems to be really quite high, in this
    outbreak, in fact very high in this outbreak, and it’s affecting people
    outside the normal risk groups, the very young and the very old as well,
    it’s going for young adults, middle-aged people, so that’s unusual and
    clearly we want to find out more about that, to see whether this is
    genuinely nasty  strain or whether this is just a very large number of cases
    lurking ? there and what we see is a typically XXXXXXXXX



    We found more about it. How critically is that, how critically is it to find the source ?



    Well it’s very critical to find the source, if one can pinpoint the
    source one can then do something about it and be absolutely certain that
    that source isn’t being has now been ? stopped, and of course that’s the problem for
    the Germans, they haven’t been able ? to do
    that. The Spanish cucumbers, it they seemed to be as far as one can tell it in the clear,
    so it may well be some local produce in Germany, that’s the problem, but
    until they can find out what it is and find out what went wrong, they’re still left on this uncertainty as to whether they really have XXXXXX the outbreak in the bug.



    Yes it leaves open the potential for more people to contract it,
    obviously, but in terms of how it is actually caught I was talking to Jane x our German correspondant just a short while ago and she was making the point that you can technically with very close contact, get it from person to person.



    Yeah, we know from past experience that in outbreaks about sort of maybe
    20% of cases are from person to person spread. They usually XXXXXXX families, very close personal contact is XXXXXXX
    the bug itself is very infectious, you don’t need to eat many of them
    to actually fall ill but nevertheless , about one in five cases in an
    outbreak will be due to this person-to-person spread and it’s really
    very important of course to advise people about things like handwashing,
    that’s the central thing, to prevent the spread of the bug, the bug is
    on the hands after being in the toilet and so on, particularly people
    who’ve got symptoms of gastro-enteritis and that goes XXXXXX to other members of families and that’s usually with children that we have the bigger problems about person-to-person spread.




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    OK NP I surrender !




    Réponse: BBC /Ecoli 1+2 de notrepere, postée le 03-06-2011 à 23:02:15 (S | E)
    Hello Thanks for A-E for her help. There are a lot of idiomatic expressions. That's why you missed them. ** The punctuation needs work and there are many "run-on" sentences, but I'll leave that to you to fix.

    1ère partie:
    Well, the outbreak doesn’t look as though it's increasing rapidly. The Germans / The Europeans think it may well have peaked but of course, because there’s an incubation period between being exposed and falling ill which might be as long as two weeks, the outbreak will look as though it's going on look as though it's increasing in size, when in fact perhaps, the suspect food, whatever that is, has been taken off the market. Only time will tell.**

    We know about these kidney complications it’s a new strain, is it a more vicious strain ?

    Well, so far it looks as though it may well be. I think we have to wait and see until all the dust has settled** before before we could be certain of that, but it certainly as nasty as any particular kinds of E.coli that we’ve seen in the past. The number / The proportion of people getting the uremic syndrome which is the kidney complication, affects blood and goes on sometimes to affect the brain and the heart, seems to be really quite high, in this outbreak, in fact very high in this outbreak, and it’s affecting people outside the normal risk groups, the very young and the very old as well, it’s going for young adults, middle-aged people, so that’s unusual and clearly we want to find out more about that, to see whether this is a generally nasty strain or whether this is just a very large number of cases lurking there and what we're seeing is "the tip of the iceberg"**.

    Finding out more about it. How critical is that, how critical is it to find the source ?

    Well it’s very critical to find the source, if one can pinpoint the source one can then do something about it and be absolutely certain that that source is now being stopped, and of course that’s the problem for the Germans, they haven’t been able to do that. The Spanish cucumbers, they seem to be as far as one can tell in the clear** , so it may well be some local produce in Germany, that’s the problem, but until they can find what it is and find out what went wrong, they’re still left with this uncertainty to whether they really have nipped the outbreak in the bud** (to nip [something] in the bud).

    Yes it leaves open the potential for more people to contract it, obviously, but in terms of how it is actually caught I was talking to Jane Hughes, our correspondent, just a short while ago, and she was making the point that you can, technically, with very close contact, get it person to person.

    Yes, we know from past experience that in outbreaks about sort of maybe 20% of cases are from person to person spread. They're usually within families, very close personal contact is required although the bug itself is very infectious, you don’t need to eat many of them to actually fall ill but nevertheless , about one in five cases in an outbreak will be due to this person-to-person spread and it’s really very important of course to advise people about things like handwashing, that’s the central thing, to prevent the spread of the bug, the bug gets on the hands after being to the toilet and so on, particularly people who’ve got symptoms of gastro-enteritis and that gets on to other members of family and it's usually in children that we have the bigger problems about person-to-person spread.

    You spoke earlier about risk groups, obviously it appears that you have to travel to Germany to actually contract this but within those people that are coming to and from Germany, are there particular groups that are vulnerable ?

    Well the main risk groups are people in these age groups the very young and the very old, this outbreak in unusual in that it doesn’t seem to be targeting the young children, children under five have had a very hard time with this kind of bug in the past, they seem to be escaping it, maybe just due to the nature of the food that is causing the problem, it’s not a favorite for children under five. The elderly, I know some of the fatal cases have been in quite ??? elderly people, and they have very much at risk from getting the complications of e coli although, it can, as it is in this outbreak affects any age and cause serious and life threatening and in fact fatal complications

    Just a final thought, I know it's probably slightly outside your ?? but the Russians have banned all EU imports the EU said that’s disproportionate until we find the source of this, could it be that that is a rather prudent move ?
    Well, it’s always very difficult in this kind of situations to separate trade issues from public health issues and I think the Russians are pushing this for reasons best known to themselves , we saw this with BSE??, it’s always a complication with this kind of unfortunate health problem where it spills over into trade issues and I think the Russians are overreacting on this one, but nevertheless their public health people might say well we're justified the Germans haven’t found the sources we buy from Germany so we're not going to buy, to spread it to the rest of Europe, I think it’s a step far too far.


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    Modifié par notrepere le 05-06-2011 00:22





    Réponse: BBC /Ecoli 1+2 de moonlit-sunset, postée le 04-06-2011 à 13:41:40 (S | E)
    Hello and thank you aneth-estragon and notrepere

    Indeed, from what I read from your corrections, there were a lot of expressions I completely missed (and also many "small words").

    Thank you very much, that's clearer now !

    See you for the next one




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