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  • tetano
    started a topic Two more deaths in Sweden by H1N1

    Two more deaths in Sweden by H1N1

    Two people have succumbed to the dangerous swine flu in Värmland in western Sweden in the course of the past week. Both were treated at the hospital in Karlstad and was older with a weak health, writes Värmland Folkblad.
    About a week ago, a man in the 60s, and on Wednesday killed a person over 80 years with heart problems the infectious disease. None of the deaths was vaccinated from the swine flu, also known as H1N1 virus.according to doctor Olle Wik is two people been treated to the virus in the hospital.
    In the beginning of the year, swine flu is also our Nordic neighbors in Norway.
    According to the Norwegian Institute of Public Health were more locations so hard hit that it was a decidedly udbrud.2.4 per cent of the Norwegians, who went to the doctor in the last week of 2012, was diagnosed with influenza, and its laboratories found several cases of swine flu.
    In 2009 was an H1N1 epidemic in Mexico, which subsequently spread to a global pandemic, which claimed more than 17,000 people lost their lives.


    http://www.fyens.dk/article/2243320:...-i-Sverige?rss

  • tetano
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    More people have died in swine influenza

    At the end of January, a 35-year-old man of swine influenza in Väst hospitals. The last week, a further two people have died of the virus, writes Värmland Folkblad.




    For more than a week ago died, a man of 60s and yesterday died one person of the current site in Karlstad of swine influenza.-
    It was an older person who was over 80 years in which it occurred from heart problems, says smittskyddsläkare Olle Wik to VF.

    http://www.aftonbladet.se/nyheter/article16195998.ab

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