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Sixth death from Swine Flu announced in B.C., 78 dead in Canada

A patient on Vancouver Island has died from Swine Flu. This is the sixth official fatality in B.C. Canada now reports a total of 78 deaths. 52 people in B.C. have gone to hospital, with 22 in ICU.

September 22nd, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

FDA approves four Swine Flu vaccines

The FDA has approved four Swine Flu vaccines and shipment should start in under four weeks.

September 16th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Swine Flu could kill 90,000 Americans by winter

Vaccinated

A dire scenario has been painted over the Swine Flu pandemic by a team of advisors to President Obama: 90,000 dead, 1.8 million in hospitals. Read the report highlights.

September 15th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Washington U Student hospitalized as 360 new cases of Swine Flu surface in three days

WSU campus at Pullman.

360 new cases of swine flu in just three days at Washington State University. CDC reports 196 additional U.S. deaths between Aug. 30 and Sept. 5 from flu and pneumonia.

September 12th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

14 students at St. George’s school being treated with Tamiflu

Headmaster Nigel Toy.

(Update 2 – Sept. 11) More than 14 students at St. George’s private school are being given the anti-viral medication Tamiflu. The school has had a Swine Flu outbreak but it is not clear if the boys have been tested for H1N1.

September 11th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Testing of Swine Flu vaccine in pregnant U.S. women to start

Trial testing of Swine Flu vaccine in pregnant women to start this week.

September 11th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

2,837 dead worldwide from Swine Flu, U.S. reports 593 deaths

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At least 2,837 people have died worldwide from the novel Swine Flu virus. The U.S. reports 593 deaths and 9,079 hospitalizations.

September 4th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Pregnant Brazilian teenager dies from Swine Flu

A seven-month pregnant Brazilian teenager is the first to die from Swine Flu in the state of Roraima.

September 4th, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Mandatory Swine Flu vaccination for U.S. military

All U.S. military personnel will be mandatorily vaccinated against Swine Flu starting in October, according to the DOD.

September 2nd, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »

Swine Flu kills 522 in U.S. – 71 in Canada

Swine Flu has killed 522 in the U.S. while Canada reports 71 fatalities. Brazil says 368 people have died from the virus.

August 22nd, 2009 | Posted in Swine Flu | Read More »