Government of Mexico rejects flu risk in tourist areas AH1N1

Health authorities reported that these places are safe for walkers. "

The Mexican government denied that there is a risk in tourist areas because of the flu AH1N1, after the certification of the main summer of the country.

The Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks said that after conducting an inspection at the main tourist attraction of Mexican, "was found to be safe for walkers."

The inter-agency director, Miguel Angel Toscano, introduced in the northern coastal town of Ensenada, Baja California state, the results of the "active surveillance system for influenza." The official said that "it is extremely low possibility of the presence of the virus in areas surveyed between May 20 and June 8, but did not rule out cases that arise in the future.

Until now, pandemic, which sparked a health emergency on April 23 last, killing 113 people in that country.

The official explained that monitored 323 thousand 557 thousand 312 tourists and 309 workers at major hotels and resorts are only two cases of infection