Bangalore, Feb 15, Warning that India should brace for more deaths from the swine flu (H1N1) pandemic, a leading virologist has described as “shameful” the lack of scientific data on its outbreak in the country.
Washington, Feb 13, The deadly H1N1 influenza virus, also known as swine flu, may have affected more than 57 million Americans and killed as many as 17,000 of them, according to new official estimates.
Athens, Jan 19, Greece has cancelled an order for about eight million batches of the vaccine against swine flu, local media said citing the government sources.
Washington, Jan 16, An estimated 55 million Americans were infected with the H1N1 swine flu from the time the disease first emerged in mid-April until mid-December, and about 11,200 people died, according to official figures.
Washington, Dec 31, Under 18-year-olds are more likely than adults to catch swine flu from an infected family member, says a new study.
Raipur, Dec 31, Chhattisgarh has recorded its third death due to swine flu, a health official said Thursday.
Berlin, Dec 30, Latin cultures have made physical proximity one of their trademarks: people regularly kiss each other hello and goodbye.
Kathmandu, Dec 29, Nepal Tuesday sounded its first alarm for the pandemic swine flu with the health ministry publicly disclosing that the number of reported cases had jumped to 150 from the earlier 48.
Kathmandu, Dec 28, Six months after the first swine flu cases were reported in Nepal, the pandemic has claimed its first victims in the country, with two people succumbing to the virus.
New Delhi, Dec 24, Sixteen deaths, including four from the national capital, were reported Thursday, taking the toll in India to 831, health authorities said here.