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Boston launches flu shot tracking
City to pinpoint areas of low rates of vaccination
By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / November 21, 2008
Infection Control Weekly Monitor, November 26, 2008
The Latin American country has the largest number of victims of the H1N1 virus and has overtaken the United States, where more than 590 people have died of the disease. The Brazilian authorities report that the number of new infections is decreasing.
Earlier, it was announced that the coming of spring has slowed down the spread of the Mexican flu in the southern hemisphere. The number of new infections in the Caribbean is also dropping.