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posted on May, 29 2009 @ 06:18 PM
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I believe there is more than one answer to a million dollar question. Nature, seeding clouds, biochemical research gone loose...




posted on May, 29 2009 @ 08:11 PM
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My apologese for the late arrival.
Here is the always jam packed to bursting and full to the brim with not a lot
famous pride of britian Department of health statement.

Out of a christmas cracker plastic trumpet fanfare please.

29 May 2009 UK DOH Statement.


12 further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu bringing the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 215.




[edit on 29/5/09 by gallifreyan medic]



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 03:59 AM
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I found this site in a search for real numbers and analysis- and it states exactly what so many of us have been saying- that CDC and WHO are negligently under-reporting cases; teliing docs NOT to test, etc. And the result is poor mathematical modelling, poor epidemiology and results that could lead the world to either devastating illness, or panic and loss of faith in the public health system meant to protect them. It's not a win-win for the world right now-

pundita.blogspot.com...

The post deals with an utter inability to cope with a global health event, to report it truthfully, and to keep anyone safe, on the part of those sworn to do so- the CDC, and the WHO



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 04:21 AM
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HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

29 May 2009

12 further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu bringing the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 215.

Testing of the swine flu virus is carried out by the Health Protection Agency's laboratories.

The newly confirmed cases are ten children from the West Midlands region, linked to the ongoing investigation of a school outbreak. The additional newly confirmed cases are a child in London linked to a previously confirmed case and an adult in the North West region whose source of infection remains under investigation.

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 15 - 0
East Midlands - 4 - 0
London - 75 - 0 (+1, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 7 - 0 (+1, 0)
South East - 14 - 0
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 81 - 0 (+10, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 0 - 0

Total England - 200 - 0 (+12, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 14 - 0 (+1, 0)
Wales - 0 - 0

Total UK - 215 - 0 (+12, 0)

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posted on May, 30 2009 @ 04:38 AM
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Table. U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection - CDC
(As of May 29, 2009, 11:00 AM ET)



States* - Confirmed and Probable Cases - Deaths

Alabama - 67 cases - 0 deaths (+4, 0)
Alaska - NO CASES REPORTED
Arkansas - 6 cases - 0 deaths (-6, 0) (WAS 12 last report!!
Arizona - 540 cases - 3 deaths (+8, 0)
California - 553 cases - 0 deaths
Colorado - 68 cases - 0 deaths
Connecticut - 149 cases - 0 deaths (+47, 0)
Delaware - 115 cases - 0 deaths (+7, 0)
Florida - 165 cases - 0 deaths (+26, 0)
Georgia - 28 cases - 0 deaths
Hawaii - 71 cases - 0 deaths (+27, 0)
Idaho - 12 cases - 0 deaths (+1, 0)
Illinois - 1002 cases - 0 deaths (+72, 0)
Indiana - 138 cases - 0 deaths (+18, 0)
Iowa - 71 cases - 0 deaths
Kansas - 34 cases - 0 deaths
Kentucky** - 50 cases - 0 deaths (+12, 0)
Louisiana - 114 cases - 0 deaths (+28, 0)
Maine - 11 cases - 0 deaths (+2, 0)
Maryland - 48 cases - 0 deaths (+4, 0)
Massachusetts - 416 cases - 0 deaths (+130, 0)
Michigan - 229 cases - 0 deaths (+51, 0)
Minnesota - 47 cases - 0 deaths (+3, 0)
Mississippi - 13 cases - 0 deaths (+5, 0)
Missouri - 29 cases - 1 deaths (+5, 0)
Montana - 14 cases - 0 deaths (+2, 0)
Nebraska - 43 cases - 0 deaths (+8, 0)
Nevada - 84 cases - 0 deaths (+34, 0)
New Hampshire - 35 cases - 0 deaths (+8, 0)
New Jersey - 72 cases - 0 deaths (+43, 0)
New Mexico - 97 cases - 0 deaths
New York - 553 cases - 4 deaths (+97, 2)
North Carolina - 14 cases - 0 deaths (+1, 0)
North Dakota - 6 cases - 0 deaths
Ohio - 18 cases - 0 deaths (+3, 0)
Oklahoma - 67 cases - 0 deaths (+3, 0)
Oregon - 123 cases - 0 deaths (+12, 0)
Pennsylvania - 123 cases - 0 deaths (+28, 0)
Rhode Island - 13 cases - 0 deaths (+3, 0)
South Carolina - 41 cases - 0 deaths (+2, 0)
South Dakota - 6 cases - 0 deaths (+2, 0)
Tennessee - 100 cases - 0 deaths (+5, 0)
Texas - 1403 cases - 3 deaths (+45, 0)
Utah - 122 cases - 1 deaths
Vermont - 3 cases - 0 deaths (+1, 0)
Virginia - 29 cases - 0 deaths (+4, 0)
Washington - 575 cases - 1 death
Washington, D.C. - 14 cases - 0 deaths
Wisconsin - 1430 cases - 0 deaths (+300, 0)
Wyoming - 1 - 0 (+1, 0)

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posted on May, 30 2009 @ 04:49 AM
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Department of Health & Ageing - Austrailia

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Australian total of positive cases at 0600 AEST on Wednesday 30 May 2009 stands at 254.

NT - 0 -0
TAS - 1 - 0 (+1, 0)
WA - 1 - 0
ACT - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
SA - 6 - 0
QLD - 15 - 0 (+4, 0)
NSW - 54 - 0 (+6, 0)
VIC - 173 - 0 (+74, 0)


Total - 254 - 0 (+86, 0)


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The new cases in Victoria have confirmed the trend of the virus which is predominantly affecting school-aged children and being relatively mild in its impact. Twenty-six of the 35 new cases in Victoria were aged from five to 18. There are also now three confirmed cases in country Victoria – in the Macedon Ranges Shire, Mitchell Shire and Indigo Shire. These new cases were not unexpected given the continuing spread of the virus in the community in Victoria.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 04:56 AM
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PHAC - Public Health Agency of Canada

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As of May 29 2009, a total of 1,336 laboratory-confirmed cases of H1N1 flu virus have been reported in 9 provinces and 1 territory in Canada. There are 2 deaths.

Province/Territory - Confirmed - Deaths - Increases

British Columbia - 122 - 0 (+2, 0)
Alberta - 121 - 1 (+12, 0)
Saskatchewan 123 - 0 (+19, 0)
Manitoba - 11 - 0 (+5, 0)
Ontario - 626 - 1 (+131, 0)
Quebec - 253 - 0 (+46, 0)
New Brunswick - 2 - 0
Nova Scotia - 73 - 0 (+2, 0)
Prince Ed Is - 3 - 0
Newfoundland - 0 - 0
Yukon - 1 - 0
NW Territories - 0 - 0
Nunavut - 1 - 0 (+1, 0)

Total - 1,336 - 2 (+218, 0)


As of May 29, 2009, the average age reported is 22 years or younger (median: 17 years; range:



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 10:09 AM
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No statement from the DH yet.
Here is a link to an interesting PDF file of a letter sent to pharmacy bodies.

DH pdf

You can also via the link below read up on other letters of professionals sent.

DH Letters and circulars.



posted on May, 30 2009 @ 05:41 PM
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Its here.


Todays UK DH statement.

30 May 2009 UK DH Statement

Less information than you get on the tv news or newspapers.
And this is from the people we are meant to rely on.Mind boggling.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 06:10 AM
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Yeah, makes you wonder eh.
Actually, I find the UK numbers very, very unbelievable to be honest...



Anyways, here's the figures for UK:


HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

30 May 2009

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 19 - 0 (+4, 0)
East Midlands - 5 - 0 (+1, 0)
London - 77 - 0 (+2, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 8 - 0 (+1, 0)
South East - 14 - 0
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 83 - 0 (+2, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 1 - 0 (+1, 0)

Total England - 211 - 0 (+11, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 17 - 0 (+3, 0)
Wales - 0 - 0

Total UK - 229 - 0 (+14, 0)

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31 May 2009

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 19 - 0
East Midlands - 5 - 0
London - 78 - 0 (+1, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 10 - 0 (+2, 0)
South East - 22 - 0 (+8, 0)
South West - 3 - 0
West Midlands - 86 - 0 (+3, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 1 - 0

Total England - 225 - 0 (+14, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 17 - 0
Wales - 1 - 1 (+1, 0)

Total UK - 244 - 0 (+15, 0)

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posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 06:23 AM
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Department of Health & Ageing - Austrailia

The total of confirmed Human Swine Influenza cases in Australia as at 0500 AEST today to 302. Every Australian States and Territories now has at least one confirmed case.

NT - 1 -0 (+1, 0)
TAS - 1 - 0
WA - 1 - 0
ACT - 4 - 0
SA - 6 - 0
QLD - 18 - 0 (+3, 0)
NSW - 64 - 0 (+10, 0)
VIC - 306 - 0 (+133, 0)

Total - 401 - 0 (+147, 0)

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posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 07:25 AM
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Hi fella,hope your well and had a good weekend.

A day late but here is the DH statement.
31 May 2009 Department of health statement.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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It is a situation that I am hoping that doesn't happen here in the UK for
it to be mandatory.
There is no way I am going to have something not tested.
I do not even have the annual flu shots which have so called been through tests.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 04:53 PM
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WHO Data - ACTUAL - As of 06:00 GMT, 1 June 2009

Date - Confirmed - (incr in 24hrs) - Deaths - (incr in 24hrs) - {Countries} - Mortality%

27/04 - 73 - (+?) - 7 - (+?) - {4} - 9.59%
28/04 - 105 - (+32) - 7 - (+0) - {7} - 6.67%
29/04 - 148 - (+43) - 8 - (+1) - {9} - 5.41%
30/04 - 257 - (+109) - 8 - (+0) - {11} - 3.11%
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01/05 - 367 - (+110) - 10 - (+2) - {13} - 2.72%
02/05 - 658 - (+291) - 17 - (+7) - {16} - 2.58%
03/05 - 898 - (+240) - 20 - (+3) - {18} - 2.23%
04/05 - 1085 - (+187) - 26 - (+6) - {21} - 2.40%
05/05 - 1490 - (+405) - 30 - (+4) - {21} - 2.01%
06/05 - 1893 - (+403) - 31 - (+1) - {23} - 1.64%
07/05 - 2371 - (+478) - 44 - (+13) - {24} - 1.86%
08/05 - 2500 - (+129) - 44 - (+0) - {25} - 1.76%
09/05 - 3440 - (+940) - 48 - (+4) - {29} - 1.40%
10/05 - 4379 - (+939) - 49 - (+1) - {29} - 1.12%
11/05 - 4694 - (+315) - 53 - (+4) - {30} - 1.13%
12/05 - 5251 - (+557) - 61 - (+8) - {30} - 1.16%
13/05 - 5728 - (+477) - 61 - (+0) - {33} - 1.06%
14/05 - 6497 - (+769) - 65 - (+4) - {33} - 1.00%
15/05 - 7520 - (+1023) - 65 - (+4) - {34} - 0.86%
16/05 - 8451 - (+931) - 72 - (+7) - {36} - 0.85%
17/05 - 8480 - (+29) - 72 - (+0) - {39} - 0.85%
18/05 - 8829 - (+349) - 74 - (+2) - {40} - 0.84%
19/05 - 9830 - (+1001) - 79 - (+5) - {40} - 0.80%
20/05 - 10,243 - (+413) - 80 - (+1) - {41} - 0.78%
21/05 - 11,034 - (+791) - 85 - (+5) - {41} - 0.77%
22/05 - 11,168 - (+134) - 86 - (+1) - {42} - 0.77%
23/05 - 12,022 - (+854) - 86 - (+0) - {43} - 0.72%
24/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
25/05 - 12,515 - (+493) - 91 - (+5) - {46} - 0.73%
26/05 - 12,954 - (+439) - 92 - (+1) - {46} - 0.71%
27/05 - 13,398 - (+444) - 95 - (+3) - {48} - 0.71%
28/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
29/05 - 15,510 - (+2112) - 99 - (+4) - {53} - 0.64%
30/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
31/05 - NO STATS GIVEN
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01/06 - 17,410 - (+1900) - 115 (+16) - {62} - 0.66% mortality rate


62 Countries now infected

An increase of 1,900 (12.3%) of confirmed cases over last 3 days
An increase of 16 (16.2%) deaths over last 3 days

An average increase of 18.4% confirmed cases each day
An average increase of 9.1% increase of deaths each day



WHO - Influenza A(H1N1) - update 42

1 June 2009 -- As of 06:00 GMT, 1 June 2009, 62 countries have officially reported 17 410 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 115 deaths.

LAB-CONFIRMED CASES REPORTED TO WHO


Countries that are over 100 infected, have increased numbers, or are new:

Country - Cases - Deaths - (increase of confirmed, deaths from previous day)

Argentina - 100 - 0 (+63, 0)
Australia - 297 - 0 (+150, 0)
Bahamas - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Belgium - 12 - 0 (+4, 0)
Bolivia - 3 - 0 (NEW)
Brazil - 18 - 0 (+8, 0)
Canada - 1336 - 2 (+218, 0)
Chile - 250 - (+85, 0)
China - 52 - 0 (+22, 0)
Columbia - 20 - 0 (+3, 0)
Costa Rica - 37 - 1 (+4, 0)
Cyprus - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Ecuador - 39 - 0 (+7, 0)
El Salvador - 27 - 0 (+16, 0)
Estonia - 1 - 0 (NEW)
France - 24 - 0 (+3, 0)
Germany - 28 - 0 (+9, 0)
Greece - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
Guatemala - 12 - 0 (+7, 0)
Honduras - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)
Hungry - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Ireland - 4 - 0 (+1, 0)
Israel - 19 - 0 (+8, 0)
Italy - 29 - 0 (+3, 0)
Jamaica - 2 - 0 (NEW)
Japan - 370 - 0 (+6, 0)
Mexico - 5029 - 97 (+119, 12)
Panama - 107 - 0 (NO CHANGE)
Paraguay - 5 - 0 (NEW)
Peru - 36 - 0 (+5, 0)
Philippines - 16 - 0 (+10, 0)
Russia - 3 - 0 (+1, 0)
Singapore - 5 - 0 (+1, 0)
Slovakia - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)
Spain - 178 - 0 (+35,0)
Switzerland - 8 - 0 (+4, 0)
Turkey - 4 - 0 (+2, 0)
UK - 229 - 0 (+26, 0)
USA - 8975 - 15 (+1048, 4)
Uruguay - 11 - 0 (+9, 0)
Venezuela - 2 - 0 (NEW)
Viet Nam - 1 - 0 (NEW)

Total = 17,410 - 115 (+1900, 16)



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 07:08 PM
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Table. U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection - CDC
(As of June 1, 2009, 11:00 AM ET, changes in brackets from May 29)

CHANGE OVER 3 DAYS


States* - Confirmed and Probable Cases - Deaths (Inc conf - Inc deaths)

Alabama - 84 - 0 (+17, 0)
Alaska - 1 - 0 (NEW)
Arkansas - 7 - 0 (+1, 0)
Arizona - 547 - 4 (+7, 1)
California - 804 - 0 (+251, 0)
Colorado - 61 - 0 (-7, 0) DECREASED
Connecticut - 196 - 0 (+47, 0)
Delaware - 121- 0 (+6, 0)
Florida - 166 - 0 (+1, 0)
Georgia - 29 - 0 (+1, 0)
Hawaii - 73 - 0 (+2, 0)
Idaho - 13 - 0 (+1, 0)
Illinois - 1103 - 0 (+101, 0)
Indiana - 146 - 0 (+8, 0)
Iowa - 71 - 0
Kansas - 79 - 0 (+45, 0)
Kentucky** - 77 - 0 (+27, 0)
Louisiana - 122 - 0 (+8, 0)
Maine - 11 - 0
Maryland - 48 cases - 0 deaths
Massachusetts - 470 - 0 (+54, 0)
Michigan - 234 - 0 (+5, 0)
Minnesota - 60 - 0 (+13, 0)
Mississippi - 16 - 0 (+3, 0)
Missouri - 36 - 1 (+6, 0)
Montana - 14 - 0
Nebraska - 43 - 0
Nevada - 102 - 0 (+18, 0)
New Hampshire - 40 - 0 (+5, 0)
New Jersey - 74 - 0 (+2, 0)
New Mexico - 108 - 0 (+11, 0)
New York - 605 - 4 (+52, 0)
North Carolina - 14 - 0
North Dakota - 6 - 0
Ohio - 23 - 0 (+5, 0)
Oklahoma - 82 - 0 (+15, 0)
Oregon - 148 - 0 (+25, 0)
Pennsylvania - 123 - 0
Rhode Island - 14 - 0 (+1, 0)
South Carolina - 46 - 0 (+5, 0)
South Dakota - 7 - 0 (+1, 0)
Tennessee - 104 - 0 (+4, 0)
Texas - 1403 cases - 3 deaths (NO CHANGE)
Utah - 247 - 1 (+125, 0)
Vermont - 3 - 0
Virginia - 3 - 0 (+2, 0)
Washington - 575 cases - 1 death (NO CHANGE)
Washington, D.C. - 20 - 0 (+6, 0)
Wisconsin - 1641 - 0 (+211, 0)
Wyoming - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)

TOTAL*(48) 10,053 cases - 17 deaths


*includes the District of Columbia

**one case is resident of KY but currently hospitalized in GA.



posted on Jun, 1 2009 @ 10:03 PM
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Here is some data from UK-

www.bbc.co.uk...

he said that people should behave as usual, as far as possible, if a pandemic strikes. "What we don't want is people stopping at home and not going to work, because then you have an economic problem on top of a pandemic," he said. "The best advice is to carry on as normal but to be sensible about it. "This includes a bit of social distancing and shielding people from coughs by coughing into the crux of your arm."

Keep spending your money, even if it exposes people with underlying conditons.



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 05:34 AM
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HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

June 1 2009

Nine further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu bringing the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 255.

The newly confirmed cases in England are in the East of England region – an adult returning traveller; the South East region – an adult linked to an ongoing investigation of a school outbreak; the South West region - three children linked to an ongoing investigation of a school outbreak and the West Midlands – four children linked to the ongoing investigation of a school outbreak.

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 20 - 0 (+1, 0)
East Midlands - 5 - 0
London - 78 - 0 (+1, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 10 - 0
South East - 23 - 0 (+1, 0)
South West - 6 - 0 (+3, 0)
West Midlands - 90 - 0 (+4, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 1 - 0

Total England - 255 - 0 (+9, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 19 - 0
Wales - 1 - 0

Total UK - 255 - 0 (+9, 0)

Source - HPA



posted on Jun, 2 2009 @ 05:39 AM
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PHAC - Public Health Agency of Canada

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As of June 1st 2009, a total of 1,530 laboratory-confirmed cases of H1N1 flu virus have been reported in 9 provinces and 3 territories in Canada

Province/Territory - Confirmed - Deaths - Increases

British Columbia - 132 - 0 (+10, 0)
Alberta - 126 - 1 (+5, 0)
Saskatchewan 153 - 0 (+30, 0)
Manitoba - 11 - 0
Ontario - 715 - 1 (+89, 0)
Quebec - 309 - 0 (+56, 0)
New Brunswick - 2 - 0
Nova Scotia - 73 - 0
Prince Ed Is - 3 - 0
Newfoundland - 0 - 0
Yukon - 1 - 0
NW Territories - 1 - 1 (+1, 0)
Nunavut - 4 - 0 (+4, 0)

Total - 1,530 - 2 (+194, 0)



posted on Jun, 3 2009 @ 02:56 AM
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HPA - Health Protection Agency - Great Britian

June 2 2009

61 further patients under investigation in England have today been confirmed with swine flu. Together with the 23 cases in Scotland announced yesterday (Monday June 01 2009) by the Scottish Executive this brings the current total number of confirmed UK cases to 339.

Region - Confirmed - Deaths

East England - 28 - 0 (+8, 0)
East Midlands - 5 - 0
London - 91 - 0 (+13, 0)
North East - 1 - 0
North West - 13 - 0 (+3, 0)
South East - 40 - 0 (+17, 0)
South West - 7 - 0 (+1, 0)
West Midlands - 91 - 0 (+1, 0)
Yorkshire/Humber - 2 - 0 (+1, 0)

Total England - 295 - 0 (+61, 0)

N/Ireland - 1 - 0
Scotland - 42 - 0 (+23, 0)
Wales - 1 - 0

Total UK - 339 - 0 (+84, 0)

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posted on Jun, 3 2009 @ 03:00 AM
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Department of Health & Ageing - Austrailia

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The total of confirmed Human Swine influenza cases in Australia as at 1700 AEST has risen to 501. This an additional 94 cases recorded this afternoon.

The majority of the new cases were in Victoria with five more cases in NSW.

There is one additional confirmed case in South Australia. The person is a Western Australian resident currently staying in SA who is being managed by South Australian Health.

All Australian states and territories now have at least one confirmed case.

NT - 1 -0
TAS - 1 - 0
WA - 1 - 0
ACT - 4 - 0
SA - 7 - 0 (+1, 0)
QLD - 23 - 0 (+5, 0)
NSW - 69 - 0 (+5, 0)
VIC - 395 - 0 (+86, 0)


Total - 501 - 0 (+97, 0)






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