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Swine flu virus found in seals for first time

May 16, 2013

Swine flu virus found in seals for first time

Researchers have detected the H1N1 virus, that created a worldwide pandemic in 2009, in elephant seals off the coast of central California - the first report of the flu strain in any marine mammal. #NewsTracker #California #Swine flu #H1N1 virus #University of California #Ano Nuevo State Reserve
Gujarat lacks infra to contain swine flu: Global Hygiene Council

Apr 10, 2013

Gujarat lacks infra to contain swine flu: Global Hygiene Council

Gujarat lacks proper health infrastructure to contain number of deaths due to swine flu, which has claimed over 150 lives across the state during this season, according to the India representative of Global Hygiene Council. #Gujarat #NewsTracker #Swine flu #Global Hygiene Concil #Health Infrastructure
Three more swine flu cases in Delhi, total 1,418

Mar 18, 2013

Three more swine flu cases in Delhi, total 1,418

A total of three more people tested positive for swine flu in New Delhi on Monday, taking the number of those infected to 1,418 this year, an official said. #NewsTracker #Swine flu #H1N1 virus #Delhi Health Service
Swine flu claims 30 lives in two months in Gujarat

Feb 19, 2013

Swine flu claims 30 lives in two months in Gujarat

As many as 30 people have succumbed to the deadly swine flu virus in the past two months across the state, while 99 others tested positive for the disease, health officials said today. #Gujarat #NewsTracker #Swine flu #30 people
Swine flu cases on a rise in Delhi, hospitals put on alert

Feb 07, 2013

Swine flu cases on a rise in Delhi, hospitals put on alert

With a spurt in swine flu cases, Delhi government today directed 22 hospitals, including five private ones, to set up isolated wards to offer treatment to patients affected by the disease. #Delhi #NewsTracker #Swine flu

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Swine flu cases on a rise in Delhi, hospitals put on alert

Aug 07, 2014

CDC issues highest-level alert for Ebola outbreak

After the outbreak's death toll topped 900 Wednesday, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control called for a Level 1 response to the virus. The last Level 1 alert was for 2009 's Swine Flu pandemic...
Swine flu cases on a rise in Delhi, hospitals put on alert

Aug 12, 2014

Fit and healthy bride-to-be dies two days after she was due to marry from pneumonia

Katie Kozlowska, 26, from Rayleigh, Essex, died from double pneumonia, which doctors suspect was brought on by swine flu...
Swine flu cases on a rise in Delhi, hospitals put on alert

Aug 08, 2014

WHO: Ebola outbreak is a public health emergency

The World Health Organization on Friday declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to be an international public health emergency that requires an extraordinary response to stop its spread. It is the largest and longest outbreak ever recorded of Ebol... #West Africa #Pakistan #Geneva #Sierra Leone #Liberia #Margaret Chan #World Health Organization #Centers for Disease Control and Prevention #Republic of Guinea