Hungary confirms first H1N1 flu case
Tasmania Human Swine Flu Confirmed in Tasmania
South America-Bolivian confirms first cases of A/H1N1
(Since the H1N1 news today is overwhelming, I’m going to hit the highlights. It’ll take me all day to get these posted-cottontop)
India-Bird Flu outbreak in North Dinajpur, India
Slovakia-Flu-infected Infant Is Child of First Novel Flu Case in Slovakia
South America-Death toll at 113 as H1N1 flu spreads to Venezuela, Paraguay
Spain-167 confirmed cases (translated)
May 29, 2009.
As reported until 15:00 hours the Ministry of Health and Social Policy, the number of people affected by the influenza virus A/H1N1 is 167.
All persons who have a positive clinical picture and a mild positive response to treatment.
In these 167 cases including 29 related to the outbreak of the headquarters of Hoyo de Manzanares (Madrid). In addition, there are 7 other cases from this quarter and reported in the Autonomous Communities of Madrid (2 cases), Valencia (2), Andalusia (1 case), Castilla y Leon (1 case) and Castilla-La Mancha (1 If a resident in Madrid).
There are also 4 confirmed cases of people who have had contacts with headquarters staff of Hoyo de Manzanares (3 in 1 in Andalusia and Madrid). In the barracks of the Ferral (Leon) has a confirmed case of A/H1N1 virus.
The Ministry of Health and Social Policy, in coordination with the Ministry of Defense, will provide more information if news occurs.
automatic translation of
Update on confirmed swine flu cases
Swine flu spreading faster in UK than anywhere else in European Union
Scotland: Two more confirmed with swine flu
Nashville, Tennessee – Influenza Virus A (H1N1) in Giant Anteaters
TX: 2 dead from Swine Flu in El Paso
Latest CDC numbers 8975 Cases 15 Deaths
Rise in global cases of swine flu
New swine flu cases point to invisible pandemic
(This swine flu is like a forest fire out of control, without the heat. I’m outta here.-cottontop)