Eastern Europe Experiences Increasing Number Of H1N1Cases; Flu Spread Normal So Far, WHO Official Says

GlobalPost: Remember swine flu? It’s back
“…[I]n Eastern Europe, it’s swine flu that’s commanding attention, killing scores of people across the region and making authorities tell the public not to panic. … [Caroline Brown, a Europe-based WHO expert,] added that the WHO hasn’t seen anything out of the ordinary so far, and her organization expects to see cases build up across Europe this season…” (Peleschuk, 1/29).

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