December 23: China (CN): 91 new deaths confirmed

The Chinese mainland has reported 91 deaths from the A/H1N1 influenza in the week from Dec. 14 to 20,the Ministry of Health announced Wednesday.

A total of 6,129 A/H1N1 flu cases were reported during the period. A/H1N1 accounted for 87.5 percent of flu cases, a minor drop from the week before last, said the notice on the ministry’s official website.


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  1. #1 by 3Ds3Ds on December 29th, 2009

    How come H1N1 still persists and won’t go away? Though I’m in University studying Life Science, I’m still a student and can’t do much. Really hope some expert will solve H1N1 and find the cure soon and I believe in there are these people in this world, we just have to wait for them.

  2. #2 by Georges on February 10th, 2010

    Flu will never go away, we just need to live with it until we actually invent an universal vaccine. Every two or three years, flu will mutate in another kind of flu. Heck, we don’t talk about bacterias adapting themselves to meds.

    Swine flu was overhyped because it started very fast. If you’re a businessman and you discover that the new hype is that new “cotton candy cap sold” at the corner store, well trust me that if you go into selling that stuff, you really don’t want the hype to fade away. On the contrary, you want it to grow because it’s you’re bread and butter.

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