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India readies vaccine against H1N1
May 17, 2010 Exactly a year after India reported its first case of swine flu, Pune based SII has developed a vaccine against swine flu that has shown safe and effective results. Besides SII, several other Indian companies are to come up with their indigenous vaccines soon.
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India tightens swine flu advice
Jun 16, 2009 In view of the ever increasing number of people infected with swine flu, the Indian government has advised citizens not to travel abroad until the threat recedes. Meanwhile, WHO chief Margaret Chan has warned that the pandemic can cripple fragile health services in poor countries.
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Swine flu pandemic over, declares WHO
Aug 12, 2010 WHO Chief, declared on Tuesday, that the H1N1 epidemic is over, adding, and the global threat was much lower than what was feared a year ago. Though moving into post-pandemic period, the flu still threatens high-risk groups including pregnant women requiring health authorities to maintain vigilance.
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Swine flu threatening to bloom into a pandemic
Apr 30, 2009 Based on assessment of all available information, WHO has raised the current level of swine flu alert to phase 5, the second highest on its threat scale. Prominent medical journal The Lancet has warned that the pandemic, if full-blown, can kill millions in the developing world.
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WHO to ensure that poor receive swine flu vaccine
May 06, 2009 World Health Organisation is in talks with drug manufacturers to ensure that the poor in developing countries do not face shortage of swine flu vaccines. It is also discussing with major funding agencies to provide money for the purchase of medicines.
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Epicentre of swine flu limps back to normalcy
May 07, 2009 Restaurants, offices, high schools and universities have reopened in Mexico City after five-day shutdown due to swine flu scare. The Mexican capital, one of the busiest places in the world, saw a steep drop in its tourist inflow in past weeks.
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Swine flu virus spreads its tentacles
Jun 26, 2009 With estimated one million cases of swine flu in the US alone, the virus is showing no signs of letting up. In Middle East, the number of cases is also growing with many new suspected and confirmed cases reported in the past few days.
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All countries need vaccine for 'unstoppable' swine flu
Jul 14, 2009 UN health experts have noted that all countries will be requiring immunisation against the influenza A(H1N1), popularly known as swine flu. According to the World Health Organisation, over 94,000 people have been tested positive so far that includes 429 reported deaths.
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Tribals at greatest risk from swine flu
Oct 01, 2009 A new report says tribals in Australia and Canada are vulnerable to swine flu due to poor health and poverty. The report follows as body bags were sent to native Canadians in Manitoba who have plead the government to send medicines instead.
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Asia-Pacific sprints to fight swine flu
Nov 02, 2009 Thousands of people participated in the running festival in Bangkok last week. The event was organised by the UN to raise awareness about the need to curb the spread of H1N1 flu pandemic.
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Food factories help viruses spread and evolve
May 27, 2009 The spread of the influenza A(H1N1) virus is linked to the way food is produced in factories, says Sunita Narain, Director, Centre for Science and Environment. She argues that practices like intensive poultry farming with dense animal population help viruses spread fast causing outbreak of pandemics.
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Swine flu will be biggest pandemic ever: WHO chief
Aug 18, 2009 As swine flu sweeps the world, WHO chief Margaret Chan tells how she is trying to turn the tide against it. The Guardian journalist Aida Edemariam writes about the journey of this valiant fighter, who has now earned a nickname of 'Iron Lady'.
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North India sees spurt in swine flu cases, toll crosses 200
Feb 20, 2013 The government-run health machinery is working overtime as Swine flu or H1N1 is spreading across parts of the country’s north, including the national capital, Delhi.
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