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Friday, May 8, 2009

Timeline of Mexico's 2009 Swine Flu Outbreak

The 2009 swine flu epidemic began with a few cases of respiratory illness in Mexico and went on to spread out, infecting people in several countries and causing governments to issue warnings and advisories against travel to Mexico.Here is an up-to-date timeline of the Mexican swine flu outbreak, its effects, and the measures taken to impede its spread. This swine flu outbreak timeline is updated daily to reflect new developments.

Mexico has 1112 confirmed cases of H1N1 (swine flu) infection, with 42 deaths. In the US there have been 896 laboratory confirmed cases, including two deaths. In total there are 2371 cases in 23 different countries. (WHO)

In Mexico there is a feeling of things beginning to return to normal, though it is clear that Mexico's economy in general, and the tourism industry in particular will take a long time to recover.

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