Swine flu H1N1 virus — America braces for the “Mexican Cocktail”

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June 27, 2009 (10:00AM PST) — As of 0700 GMT, 26 June 2009, the World Health Organization reports 59,814 cases of the swine flu virus with 263 deaths.

On June 11, 2009 the World Health Organization declared a pandemic.

Mexico has reported 8279 confirmed cases of infection, including 116 deaths.

Canada has reported 6732 confirmed cases, including 19 deaths.

Countries reporting laboratory confirmed cases include (any deaths will follow the case count) – Algeria (2), Antigua and Barbuda (2), Argentina (1391 / 21), Australia (3280 / 3U), Austria (12), Bahamas (4), Bahrain (15), Bangladesh (1), Barbados (10), Belgium (36), Bermuda, UKOT (1), Bolivia (47), Brazil (399), British Virgin Islands, UKOT (1), Brunei Darussalam (11), Bulgaria (7), Cambodia (5), Cap Verde (3), Cayman Islands, UKOT (9), Chile (5186 / 7), China (1089), Colombia (72 / 2), Costa Rica (222 / 1), Cote D’Ivoire (2), Cuba (34), Cyprus (9), Czech Republic (9), Denmark (41), Dominica (1), Dominican Republic (108 / 2), Ecuador (125), Egypt (43), El Salvador (160), Estonia (8), Ethiopia (2), Fiji (2), Finland (26), France (194), Germany (333), Greece (73), Guatemala (254 / 2), Honduras (118 / 1), Hungary (8), Iceland (4), India (64), Indonesia (2), Iran (1), Ireland (29), Israel (405), Italy (102), Jamaica (19), Japan (1049), Jordan (15), Korea, Republic of (142), Kuwait (30), Laos (3), Latvia (1), Lebanon (25), Luxembourg (3), Malaysia (68), Montenegro (1), Morocco (11), Netherlands (120), New Zealand (453), Nicaragua (265), Norway (22), Oman (3), Panama (358), Paraguay (79), Peru (252), Philippines (445 / 1), Poland (13), Portugal (13), Qatar (10), Romania (19), Russia (3), Samoa (1), Saudi Arabia (48), Serbia (2), Singapore (315), Slovakia (7), South Africa (1), Spain (541), Sri Lanka (7), Suriname (11), Sweden (61), Switzerland (47), Thailand (774), Trinidad and Tobago (52), Tunisia (2), Turkey (26), Ukraine (1), United Arab Emirates (7), United Kingdom (3607), Uruguay (195), Vanuatu (2), Venezuela (153), Viet Nam (63), West Bank and Gaza Strip (9), and Yemen (6).

CDC has confirmed and probable 27,717 cases of swine flu with 127 deaths (CDC updated June 26, 2009 from data received as of June 25, 2009, 11 AM ET) 52*States include: Alabama (239), Alaska (46), Arkansas (35), Arizona (729), California (1492), Colorado (103), Connecticut (877), Delaware (267), Florida (941), Georgia (65), Hawaii (465), Idaho (72), Illinois (2875), Indiana (251), Iowa (92), Kansas (117), Kentucky (119), Louisiana (153), Maine (61), Maryland (414), Massachusetts (1287), Michigan (468), Minnesota (537), Mississippi (114), Missouri (55), Montana (44), Nebraska (111), Nevada (250), New Hampshire (207), New Jersey (899), New Mexico (232), New York (2272), North Carolina (179), North Dakota (48), Ohio (93), Oklahoma (123), Oregon (289), Pennsylvania (1483), Rhode Island (132), South Carolina (120), South Dakota (22), Tennessee (148), Texas (2981), Utah (874), Vermont (46), Virginia (191), Washington (588), Washington, DC* (33), West Virginia (114), Wisconsin (4273) Wyoming (72). United States teritories include Puerto Rico (18) and Virgin Islands (1).

The United States has reported 127 deaths in Arizona (8), California (16), Connecticut (5), Florida (2), Illinois (12), Maryland (1), Massachusetts (1), Michigan (2), Minnesota (1), Missouri (1), New Jersey (6), New York (35), North Carolina (1), Oklahoma (1), Oregon (1), Pennsylvania (3), Rhode Island (1), Texas (10), Utah (10), Virginia (1), Washington (3) and Wisconsin (4).

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) only 1 in 20 cases is being officially reported in the U.S.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has announced that it will only update flu cases on a weekly basis hereafter.

See a global map of the spreading flu here.

June 8, 2009 (12:30PM PST) — As of 0600 GMT, 8 June 2009, the World Health Organization reports that 73 countries have officially reported 25,288 cases of the swine flu virus with 139 deaths

Mexico has reported 5717 confirmed human cases of infection, including 106 deaths.

Canada has reported 2115 laboratory confirmed human cases, including three deaths.

Chile has reported 411 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

Costa Rica has reported 68 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

Dominican Republic has reported 44 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

Countries reporting laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths – Argentina (202), Australia (1051), Austria (51051, Bahamas (1), Bahrain (1), Barbados (2), Belgium (14), Bolivia (3), Brazil (35), Bulgaria (2), Cayman Islands (1), China (108), Colombia (25), Cuba (5), Cyprus (1), Czech Republic (2), Denmark (7), Dominica (1), Ecuador (60), Egypt (1), El Salvador (69), Estonia (3), Finland (4), France (58), Germany (63), Greece (5), Guatemala (30), Honduras (34), Hungary (3), Iceland (1), India (4), Ireland (11), Israel (54), Italy (50), Jamaica (4), Japan (410), Kuwait (18), Lebanon (3), Luxembourg (1), Malaysia (5), Netherlands (10), New Zealand (14), Nicaragua (18), Norway (9), Panama (179), Paraguay (5), Peru (61), Philippines (33), Poland (5), Portugal (2), Republic of Korea (47), Romania (9), Russia (3), Saudi Arabia (1), Singapore (15), Slovakia (3), Spain (291), Sweden (14), Switzerland (16), Thailand (8), Trinidad and Tobago (2), Turkey (10), United Arab Emirates (1), United Kingdom (557), Uruguay (17),
Venezuela (4), Viet Nam (9).

CDC has confirmed and probable 13,217 cases of swine flu with 27 deaths (CDC updated June 5, 2009 from data received as of June 4, 2009, 5 PM ET) 52*States include: Alabama (94), Alaska (3), Arkansas (9), Arizona (547), California (973), Colorado (75), Connecticut (395), Delaware (142), Florida (247), Georgia (33), Hawaii (115), Idaho (16), Illinois (1357), Indiana (173), Iowa (92), Kansas (92), Kentucky (96), Louisiana (134), Maine (17), Maryland (89), Massachusetts (787), Michigan (298), Minnesota (82), Mississippi (40), Missouri (46), Montana (15), Nebraska (60), Nevada (128), New Hampshire (64), New Jersey (148), New Mexico (108), New York (858), North Carolina (30), North Dakota (23), Ohio (35), Oklahoma (93), Oregon (167), Pennsylvania (299), Rhode Island (18), South Carolina (60), South Dakota (10), Tennessee (104), Texas (1670), Utah (461), Vermont (9), Virginia (55), Washington (577), Washington, DC* (24), West Virginia (6), Wisconsin (2217) Wyoming (25).

The United States has reported 27 deaths in Arizona (4), Connecticut (1), Illinois (5), Michigan (1), Missouri (1), New York (8), Texas (3), Utah (2), Virginia (1) and Washington (1).

June 3, 2009 (12:30PM PST) — As of 0600 GMT, 3 June 2009, the World Health Organization reports that 66 countries have officially reported 19,273 cases of the swine flu virus with 117 deaths

Mexico has reported 5029 confirmed human cases of infection, including 97 deaths.

Canada has reported 1530 laboratory confirmed human cases, including two deaths.

Costa Rica has reported 50 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

Countries reporting laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths – Argentina (131), Australia (501), Austria (1), Bahamas (1), Bahrain (1), Belgium (13), Bolivia (3), Brazil (20), Bulgaria (1), Chile (313), China (69), Colombia (20), Cuba (4), Cyprus (1), Czech Republic (1), Denmark (1), Dominican Republic (11), Ecuador (39), Egypt (1), El Salvador (41), Estonia (1), Finland (4), France (26), Germany (28), Greece (5), Guatemala (14), Honduras (2), Hungary (1), Iceland (1), India (1), Ireland (4), Israel (33), Italy (30), Jamaica (2), Japan (385), Kuwait (18), Malaysia (2), Netherlands (4), New Zealand (10), Nicaragua (1), Norway (4), Panama (155), Paraguay (5), Peru (40), Philippines (16), Poland (4), Portugal (2), Republic of Korea (41), Romania (5), Russia (3), Singapore (9), Slovakia (2), Spain (180), Sweden (7), Switzerland (10), Thailand (2), Turkey (4), and the United Kingdom (339), Uruguay (15), Venezuela (3), Viet Nam (3).

CDC has confirmed and probable 11,054 cases of swine flu with 17 deaths (CDC updated June 3, 2009 from data received as of June 1, 2009, 11 AM ET) 52* States include: Alabama (94), Alaska (1), Arkansas (9), Arizona (547), California (804), Colorado (68), Connecticut (196), Delaware (135), Florida (194), Georgia (32), Hawaii (94), Idaho (16), Illinois (1151), Indiana (146), Iowa (92), Kansas (87), Kentucky (90), Louisiana (122), Maine (12), Maryland (63), Massachusetts (566), Michigan (287), Minnesota (66), Missouri (41), Montana (15), Nebraska (43), Nevada (113), New Hampshire (50), New Jersey (74), New Mexico (108), New York (646), North Carolina (21), North Dakota (18), Ohio (29), Oklahoma (87), Oregon (159), Pennsylvania (226), Rhode Island (16), South Carolina (49), South Dakota (9), Tennessee (103), Texas (1403), Utah (369), Vermont (7), Virginia (36), Washington (574), Washington, DC* (20), West Virginia (3), Wisconsin (1905) Wyoming (18).

The United States has reported 17 deaths in Arizona (4), Illinois (3), Missouri (1), New York (4), Texas (3), Utah (1) and Washington (1).

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) only 1 in 20 cases is being officially reported in the U.S.

June 2, 2009 (9:30AM PST) — As of 0600 GMT, 1 June 2009, the World Health Organization reports that 62 countries have officially reported 17,410 cases of the swine flu virus with 115 deaths

Mexico has reported 5029 confirmed human cases of infection, including 97 deaths.

Canada has reported 1336 laboratory confirmed human cases, including two deaths.

Costa Rica has reported 37 laboratory confirmed human cases, including one death.

Countries reporting laboratory confirmed cases with no deaths – Argentina (100), Australia (297), Austria (1), Bahamas (1), Bahrain (1), Belgium (12), Bolivia (3), Brazil (18), Chile (250), China (52), Colombia (20), Cuba (4), Cyprus (1), Czech Republic (1), Denmark (1), Dominican Republic (2), Ecuador (39), El Salvador (27), Estonia (1), Finland (3), France (24), Germany (28), Greece (4), Guatemala (12), Honduras (2), Hungary (1), Iceland (1), India (1), Ireland (4), Israel (19), Italy (29), Jamaica (2), Japan (370), Kuwait (18), Malaysia (2), Netherlands (3), New Zealand (9), Norway (4), Panama (107), Paraguay (5), Peru (36), Philippines (16), Poland (4), Portugal (1), Republic of Korea (33), Romania (3), Russia (3), Singapore (5), Slovakia (2), Spain (178), Sweden (4), Switzerland (8), Thailand (2), Turkey (4), and the United Kingdom (137).

CDC has confirmed and probable 10,053 cases of swine flu with 17 deaths (CDC updated June 1, 2009 from data received as of May 28, 2009, 11 AM ET) 51* States include: Alabama (84), Alaska (1), Arkansas (7), Arizona (547), California (804), Colorado (61), Connecticut (196), Delaware (121), Florida (166), Georgia (29), Hawaii (73), Idaho (13), Illinois (1103), Indiana (146), Iowa (71), Kansas (79), Kentucky (77), Louisiana (122), Maine (11), Maryland (48), Massachusetts (470), Michigan (234), Minnesota (60), Missouri (36), Montana (14), Nebraska (43), Nevada (102), New Hampshire (40), New Jersey (74), New Mexico (108), New York (605), North Carolina (14), North Dakota (6), Ohio (23), Oklahoma (82), Oregon (148), Pennsylvania (123), Rhode Island (14), South Carolina (46), South Dakota (7), Tennessee (104), Texas (1403), Utah (247), Vermont (3), Virginia (31), Washington (575), Washington, DC* (20), West Virginia (3), Wisconsin (1641) Wyoming (2).

The United States has reported 17 deaths in Arizona (4), Illinois (3), Missouri (1), New York (4), Texas (3), Utah (1) and Washington (1).

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