Friday, May 1, 2009

Latest developments on swine flu worldwide

BEIJING, -- The following are the latest developments Tuesday of swine flu outbreaks worldwide, according to countries' announcements.

Death toll reached 152, including confirmed or suspected swine flu cases, all in Mexico.

The sickened numbers are 1,995 in Mexico, suspected or confirmed; 42 confirmed in the United States; six confirmed in Canada; at least 10 suspected in New Zealand; one confirmed and 17 suspected in Spain; one suspected in France; one suspected in Israel; one suspected in South Korea.

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