Global Health

Confirmed Cases Of Swine Flu Across The Globe

Cases of the newly developed H1N1 swine flu virus have popped up across North America, and several locations around the globe. Mexico is still the most heavily affected country, and many cases elsewhere are linked to travel there. Check out the latest swine flu news at NPR's health blog. Locations with confirmed cases are marked in yellow, and locations with confirmed deaths from swine flu are marked in red.

Countries or U.S. states
with confirmed cases
Countries or U.S. states
with confirmed deaths

Sources: Centers for Disease Control, World Health Organization

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