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Originally posted by celticniall
I haven't read all the posts and threads....but just to throw it out there....
on the subject of why deaths are occurring within the Mexican population and no where else.....could this possibly be a targeted test of a virus that just kills a particular race or specific group of people?
Is this a first test in a virus that kills only the selected population?
26 swine virus deaths in mexico
Mexico has said it has so far suffered 103 deaths from influenza, but Hartl noted that only 26 of those have been confirmed as swine flu -- "far, far under the numbers that have been bandied about."
Swine Flu that Killed 20 in Mexico, Now in California
A flu virus that has killed at least 20 people in Mexico now has health workers on alert here in the Valley.
There are now eight confirmed cases of the swine flu in California and Texas. Five of them are from the San Diego area and health officials are now scrambling to determine if the cases in Mexico are linked in any way to the cases in the U.S.
Health officials in Mexico have confirmed 20 deaths but believe there may be as many as 60 and nearly 1,000 are sick. They believe it’s a new strain of the virus that may be passed from human to human.
The US military is ordered to place the contagion of swine flu under close observation with the disease having reportedly afflicted 40 people in the country.
"The US military is monitoring the situation closely," Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman was quoted by AFP as saying on Monday.
Earlier in the day, the World Health Organization confirmed 73 cases of the flu worldwide.
Spain reported the most recent case of affliction and three suspected sufferers were found in Germany alerting the European health authorities.
Originally posted by TheCoffinman
149 dead in mexico...