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Number of confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 in Venezuela had reached 202. This was reported on Friday (Snip) There are more than 900 H1N1 suspects in the South American country. The current outbreak of severe flu has already killed at least two Venezuelans.

As of Thursday evening, we had more than 900 patients with suspected influenza group A throughout the national territory. One of the biggest hotbeds of the disease is in the state of Merida” It is in this western region were reported two deaths.

(Snip) the growing number of cases in the Venezuelan capital Caracas, where they were already confirmed, at least 49 cases of influenza A/H1N1. Under the scrutiny of epidemiologists is also the northern state of Miranda. In this region, swine flu has infected 39 people. (Snip)

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