Mexico Records Nearly 1K H1N1 Swine Flu Cases, 68 Deaths, Compared With Only 4 Total Cases In 2015

Reuters: Mexico sees spike in H1N1 swine flu cases, 68 people dead
“Mexico has seen a sharp jump in cases of the virus H1N1, popularly known as swine flu, killing 68 people so far this flu season, according to health ministry data. The overall number of flu cases and deaths has also risen, but the H1N1 statistics are striking. The Mexican government has detected 945 cases of H1N1 this season, compared with just four cases and no deaths last season…” (Bernstein, 3/2).

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