Friday, July 3, 2009

WHO - "Swine Flu 'Unstoppable'

The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that the Swine Flu may be unstoppable. This sounds very dramatic but is not necessarily. As long as the lethality rate of this flu remains as low as it appears to be, a global catastrophe this is not. If the lethality spikes, that would be disastrous.

"The UN's top health official has opened a forum in Mexico on combating swine flu by saying that the spread of the virus worldwide is now unstoppable.
As the summit opened, the UK alone was projecting more than 100,000 new cases of H1N1 a day by the end of the summer.

As the peak of the flu season approaches in South America, some areas have declared a public health emergency.

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