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The number of confirmed swine flu cases in South Carolina shot up by 34 in the last two weeks, an indication the H1N1 strain is unlike any seen in recent years.
"This is a new virus, and we don't know its behavior well," said state epidemiologist Dr. Jerry Gibson. "We're still learning. Its persistence does seems to be unusual."
Originally posted by raz24400
But we still do not know how this flu will react in the cold weather. If it did start in Mexico, then it started in heat. If it thrives in heat, it might just explode in cold weather.
Originally posted by crw2006Also almost everyone Ive known has been sick with a cold in the last month. I find this interesting because most people get and spread colds From September through March. Did we have swine flu without knowing? was it that mild?