June 13 (Xinhua) — The A/H1N1 flu [a h1n1 virus / a(h1n1) virus] continues to spread around the world, and in some places rapidly.
As of Friday, June 12, there were 29,669 confirmed cases A/H1N1 [a h1n1 virus / a(h1n1) virus] in 74 countries and regions, including 145 deaths, the World Health Organization (WHO) said. Click here for BBC’s H1N1 Virus Map.
In the past week, the the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States reported nearly 5,000 new A/H1N1 [a h1n1 virus] cases, bringing the total number to 17,885 in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the territory of Puerto Rico. The CDC also reported a total of 49 deaths in 13 states, of which New York topped the list with 17.
For the complete article, click here.
References: h1n1 virus | a h1n1 virus | h1n1 virus symptoms | a(h1n1) virus | influenza a h1n1 viruses | symptoms of h1n1 virus | a(h1n1)virus | h1n1 virus information | h1n1 virus map | h1n1virus | 1918 h1n1 | a h1n1 virus | a/h1n1 | and h1n1 | for h1n1 | h1n1 a | h1n1 and h3n2 | h1n1 flu | h1n1 h3n2 | h1n1 influenza virus | h1n1 resistance | h1n1 spanish flu | h1n1 strain | h1n1 symptoms | h1n1 viruses | h5n1 | influenza a h1n1 | influenza a h1n1 virus | influenza h1n1 | is h1n1 | of h1n1 | pr8 h1n1 | the h1n1 | what is h1n1