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WHO poroča: 4 May 2009

  • 20 countries have officially reported (yesterday 17)
  • mapzemljevid
  • 985 cases of influenza A (H1N1) infection (yesterday 787)
  • Blog editor’s  comment: spread growth rate (excluding Mexico) – 40% (395 cases compared to 281 cases yesterday), but the numbers are still too small to make a reliable estimate; the growth rate is mainly due to increases in the USA and Spain.
  • Mexico has reported:
    • 590 laboratory confirmed human cases (yesterday 506)
    • 25 deaths (included) – plus six
    • The higher number of cases from Mexico reflects ongoing testing of previously collected specimen.
  • USA
    • 226 laboratory confirmed human cases – plus 66 cases
    • one death (included) – no change

The following countries have reported laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths:

  • Austria (1) – no change compared to yesterday’s data
  • Canada (85) – plus 15
  • China, Hong Kong  (1) – no change
  • Costa Rica (1) – no change
  • Colombia (1) – first case
  • Denmark (1) – no change
  • El Salvador (2) – first cases
  • France (2) – no change
  • Germany (8) – plus two
  • Ireland (1) – no change
  • Israel (3) – no change
  • Italy (1) first case
  • Netherlands (1) – no change
  • New Zealand (4) – no change
  • Republic of Korea (1) – no change
  • Spain (40) – plus 27 cases
  • Switzerland (1) – no change
  • United Kingdom (15) – no change
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As of 0600 GMT, 3 May 2009, 17 countries have officially reported 787 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection.

Mexico has reported 506 confirmed human cases of infection, including 19 deaths. The higher number of cases from Mexico in the past 48 hours reflects ongoing testing of previously collected specimens. The United States Government has reported 160 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

The following countries have reported laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths :

  • Austria (1),
  • Canada (70),
  • China, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (1),
  • Costa Rica (1),
  • Denmark (1),
  • France (2),
  • Germany (6),
  • Ireland (1),
  • Israel (3),
  • Netherlands (1),
  • New Zealand (4),
  • Republic of Korea (1),
  • Spain (13),
  • Switzerland (1)
  • United Kingdom (15).

Vir: WHO

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