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  1. #1 by benavidez brian on July 3rd, 2009

    como es la dirreccion del hospital?
    muchas gracias

  2. #2 by guenter stertenbrink on July 3rd, 2009

    what persons and locations did
    A/Mexico/4115/2009/04/14(H1N1)
    A/Mexico/InDRE/4487/2009/04/07(H1N1) {50f}
    infect ?

  3. #3 by JD on July 7th, 2009

    How will this affect your resource? It’s interesting that they will now no longer tell people what is going on day by day… thoughts?

    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090707/hl_afp/healthfluwho_20090707165711

    This is really going to hinder data collecting… why are they purposefully blinding us of what is going on?

    -JD

  4. #4 by lg on July 7th, 2009

    This flu is going to change the way this generation (those that survive) view the world. Entire governments will fall, economies will collapse, and societies will implode- all to microscopic flu virus!!!! I hope I live to see it.

  5. #5 by Reg on July 15th, 2009

    Navigation comment: It’s impossible to see previous posts. Your site is set up to show the most recent ten or so, and then even if you click the Archives links, you still only see the last ten entries from that month.

  6. #6 by FeedRobot on July 15th, 2009

    Reg :

    Navigation comment: It’s impossible to see previous posts. Your site is set up to show the most recent ten or so, and then even if you click the Archives links, you still only see the last ten entries from that month.

    There’s a button that says previous articles at the bottom; will make it more prominent/add a clickable calendar on the sidebar soon

  7. #7 by glock on July 27th, 2009

    Thanks for doing this site.

    If you don’t already follow this site,
    http://scienceblogs.com/effectmeasure/
    I think it will become a daily read for you.

    I’m in Florida, and will post what I can of interest, observationally.

  8. #8 by ah1n1PR on August 7th, 2009

    You should put Puerto Rico in that list, we have “24″ deaths and 1162 confirmed cases. You can enter my blog and look at the local new about it.

  9. #9 by pamela greene, RN on October 15th, 2009

    This second wave of the swine flu seems much more lethal than in the spring. People should seek medical help within 48 hours of falling ill, so they can receive antivirals. Do not wait it out at home, you will get very ill. I’m an RN and this virus is causing a fulminating(very bad) type of viral pneumonia. So bad that people don’t get the chance to recover from it. This is very disturbing for me to see so many deaths among younger people.
    pgreene,RN

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  10. #10 by Jorge on October 19th, 2009

    This web site is very informative, absolutely great!….Thanks to all involved.

  11. #11 by Jorge on October 20th, 2009

    H1N1 flu strain found in Canadian turkey flock
    http://in.reuters.com/article/health/idINTRE59J55H20091020

  12. #12 by AmyBrad2007 on November 3rd, 2009

    Where do you get all the info? The governement is scaring everyone into thinking it’s a big SUPER virus. In actuality, there are more that die from regular flu every year than this bull shit

  13. #13 by gochoosy on November 3rd, 2009

    conspiracy means to plan secretly to cause harm… sorry to say, influenza doesnt have the capacity to conspire, and will strike anyone, rich, poor, famous, or loser, adult or child. YOU have no idea what the facts are here, and one could say name calling, such as “retarded” only makes the readers here convinced of your ignorance on this subject. Ignorance is Bliss, and hopefully you nor your friends or family will be a victim of this flu….

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