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Influenza A(H1N1) – update 32

Posted in Uncategorized by malaysiasms on May 19, 2009

 

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 

 18 May 2009 — As of 06:00 GMT, 18 May 2009, 40 countries have officially reported 8829 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 74 deaths.

The breakdown of the number of laboratory-confirmed cases by country is given in the following table and map. The numbers are based on the information provided to WHO by national health authorities.

Countries officially reporting cases Cumulative total of confirmed cases including deaths (as of 18 May 2009 06:00 GMT)   Newly confirmed cases including deaths since 17 May 2009  
  Cases Deaths Cases Deaths
Argentina 1 0   0   0  
Australia 1 0   0   0  
Austria 1 0   0   0  
Belgium 5 0   1 0  
Brazil 8 0   0   0  
Canada 496 1 0   0  
Chile 1 0   1 0  
China 6 0   1 0  
Colombia 11 0   0   0  
Costa Rica 9 1 0   0  
Cuba 3 0   0   0  
Denmark 1 0   0   0  
Ecuador 1 0   0   0  
El Salvador 4 0   0   0  
Finland 2 0   0   0  
France 14 0   0   0  
Germany 14 0   0   0  
Guatemala 3 0   0   0  
India 1 0   0   0  
Ireland 1 0   0   0  
Israel 7 0   0   0  
Italy 9 0   0   0  
Japan 125 0   118 0  
Korea, Republic of 3 0   0   0  
Malaysia 2 0   0   0  
Mexico 3103 68 208 2
Netherlands 3 0   0   0  
New Zealand 9 0   0   0  
Norway 2 0   0   0  
Panama 54 0   0   0  
Peru 1 0   0   0  
Poland 1 0   0   0  
Portugal 1 0   0   0  
Spain 103 0   0   0  
Sweden 3 0   0   0  
Switzerland 1 0   0   0  
Thailand 2 0   0   0  
Turkey 2 0   1 0  
UK 101 0   19 0  
United States of America 4714 4 0   0  
Total 8829 74 349 2

 

Cumulative and new figures are subject to revision

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