H1N1 Virus Spreading to European Countries Feared as Flu Treatment is Encouraged

By on Dec 11, 2010 in Health, Science Comments

H1N1 virus spreading in European Countries feared as flu treatment is encouraged. This is according to international news sites, December 10, 2010.

In an update today, December 11, 2010, the Health Protection Agency has confirmed that the swine flu virus is indeed back and has claimed the lives of ten British adults. There were similar outbreaks in certain areas in Britain but were contained due to early diagnosis.

People who are more at risk are pregnant women and those with other pathologic conditions which may lessen their immune responses.

The early detection of the virus or the flu agent and early flu treatment reduces mortality and increases successful recuperation.

In Georgia, the incidence of  flu has increased as well as described in this video from YouTube.

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