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B. 2015-12-07 Iran swine flu outbreak kills 33 Kerman, Southern Iran
C. 2011-03-23 H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state Merida, Venezuela
D. 2010-08-10 H1N1 public health emergency over Global
E. 2009-11-27 Jump in number of global swine flu deaths Global
F. 2009-11-21 Flu kills four pilgrims Saudi Arabia
G. 2009-11-06 H1N1 is now world's dominant flu virus Global
2009-10-24 US declares swine flu 'emergency' Washington
I. 2009-10-21 H1N1 vaccinations rolled out in UK United Kingdom
J. 2009-09-09 China set to provide first swine flu vaccine China

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  Iran swine flu outbreak kills 33   An outbreak of swine flu in two south-eastern provinces of Iran has killed at least 33 people over the last three weeks, state media report H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state   H1N1 public health emergency over  The global H1N1 pandemic is over, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization said   Jump in number of global swine flu deaths  WHO: The number of swine flu deaths has jumped by more than 1,000 in a week. At least 7,826 people are now known to have died Flu kills four pilgrims H1N1 is now world's dominant flu virus   US declares swine flu 'emergency'  resident Barack Obama has declared swine flu a national emergency and signed the proclamation concerning the 2009 H1N1 outbreak H1N1 vaccinations rolled out in UK China set to provide first swine flu vaccine Security chief dies from H1N1 flu President has H1N1 virus Brazil tops worldwide H1N1 deaths Global swine flu deaths top 1,100 WHO warns swine flu 'unstoppable' Swine flu 'shows drug resistance' WHO declares swine flu pandemic


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Dec.7   Southern Iran


year 2011 Top ^

Mar.23   Venezuela


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Nov.27  
Nov.21   Saudi Arabia
Nov.6  
Oct.24   Washington
Oct.21   United Kingdom
Sep.9   China
Sep.7   Ecuador
Aug.30   Colombia
Aug.28   Brazil
Aug.5  
Jul.29  USA  Swine flu vaccine for 'half US'
 Saudi Arabia  Saudis scramble to stop Hajj sw. flu crisis
Jul.24  United Kingdom  Swine flu cases double to 100,000 in UK
Jul.23  London  Swine flu hits church wine
Jul.21  China  Group of 22 U.S. students quarantined
Jul.15  Saudi Arabia  Swine flu threatens Muslim Hajj season
Jul.13    Swine flu 'hits airways harder'
Jul.2   Mexico
Jun.29  
Jun.15  Scotland  First flu death outside Americas
Jun.12    Swine flu cases near 30,000 worldwide
Jun.11  
  The World Health Organization raised the alert to its highest level, saying the virus has spread to enough countries to be considered a global pandemic
 30,000 cases globally and 141 deaths with figures rising daily. The swine flu virus is spreading in at least two regions of the world with rising cases being seen in the UK, Australia, Japan and Chile
Jun.10   UN UN set for swine flu crisis talks Jun.9   Australia Australia flu 'may tip pandemic' Jun.2    WHO considers move to phase 6 for H1N1 May.28  Southern China  China quarantines U.S. school group May.22   US Georgia Candidate virus for H1N1 vaccine arrives May.20    Swine flu tops 10,000 cases worldwide May.19   Number of H1N1 cases nears 10,000 May.12    Swine flu could hit one in three May.9   WHO reports big jump in swine flu cases  The World Health Organization reported 3,440 confirmed cases of swine flu in 29 countries, with 48 deaths from the sickness May.8    WHO reports 2,500 cases of swine flu   Hong Kong 'Flu' hotel guests free May.6   Philippines 'Pacman' to return home despite flu fears May.5   Texas U.S. marks second swine flu-linked death  San Diego  US navy halts aid vessel over flu May.4  Mexico  Mexico to start China flu airlift   Washington 'H1N1 flu no worse than regular flu'   UN U.N. wary of second wave of swine flu  U.N. health officials that a second wave of the swine flu virus could 'strike with a vengeance'   Mexico Mexico to begin lifting flu curbs May.3   WHO warns against flu complacency  Almost 900 cases had been confirmed globally. The World Health Organization says countries must not lower their guard  Cairo  Farmers protest swine slaughter   WHO: cases of H1N1 virus now at 787
  The number of swine flu cases worldwide now stands at 787 with two additional deaths reported in Mexico.    The pigs may have been infected by a Canadian fa...
May.2   Mexico Mexico plea as virus 'stabilises'  Mexico appealed for fair treatment towards its citizens and products, as officials there said the swine flu outbreak could be stabilising   Number of confirmed H1N1 cases soars  World Health Organization: The number of confirmed cases of swine flu across the globe jumped to 615 May.1   Beijing China moves to curb virus spread   Hong Kong 'Flu' hotel sealed off
  About 300 people have been placed under quarantine after a guest there became China's first confirmed swine flu case
Apr.30   Mexico Mexico shuts down to control flu
  Mexico is beginning a 5-day shutdown of parts of its economy in a bid to slow the spread.    Non-essential government ...
  Confirmed swine flu cases leap  World Health Organization: Confirmed cases worldwide increased to 257, up significantly from the previous day's total of 147   Spain Confirmed swine flu cases increases   European Union EU urged not to panic over swine flu Apr.29   Geneva WHO raises pandemic alert   The World Health Organization raised its pandemic alert to 5, its second-highest level, warning of widespread human infection from the outbreak   Texas First U.S. swine flu death confirmed   A 2-year-old child became the first fatality in the United States, while more European countries announced confirmed cases of the disease Apr.28   Mexico City shuts down venues due to swine flu   About 35,000 public venues in Mexico City were shut down or told to serve only takeout meals as officials tried to contain a deadly outbrea...   Mexico 152 swine flu deaths  Governments and health officials around the world continued to take steps against the outbreak that has killed scores of people in Mexico  New Zealand  More countries confirm swine flu Apr.27   WHO raises swine flu alert level  The World Health Organization has raised its alert level over swine flu from 3 to 4 - 2 steps short of declaring a full pandemic   'Too late' to contain swine flu   European Union Countries take steps to prevent outbreak   As more cases of swine flu are reported in various parts of the world, officials have scrambled to take precautions Apr.26   UN World 'well prepared' for virus Apr.25   Mexico Suspected Mexico flu toll hits 81  The authorities say 81 people are now thought to have been killed by an outbreak of a human swine flu virus   Mexico WHO: Mexico flu 'a potential pandemic'   The presence of swine flu in Mexico and the U.S. is 'a serious situation' that could develop into a pandemic Apr.24   New York Swine flu viruses in Mexico, U.S. match   Mexico Mexico bid to contain deadly flu   Mexico 'Swine flu' kills 60 Map of Mexico City Mexico
  The World Health Organization says it suspects flu has killed 60 people and infected 800 others; majority of the cases were in the capital
 The new virus strain is a type of influenza A (H1N1) virus, commonly called the swine flu. By the end of April, 300 schools had closed across the U.S. and the Mexican government ordered a multi-day shutdown of all non-essential activities in the government and private sector, amounting to a shutdown of most of the economy