The Spanish health authorities provide "a higher peak of infection" to "the last days of November," the minister told reporters after appearing on a committee in the Congress of Deputies.
Considered responsible, however, it is "difficult to foresee" the evolution of the epidemic and that the bill should not be accompanied by an increased virulence of the disease.
The final balance of the Spanish Ministry of Health, published on 29 October, reported 80,981 new cases of H1N1 flu in the week of 18 to 24 October, while the number of deaths "associated" with this bird was from 63 to 22 October.
Spain start on 16 November his campaign of vaccination against influenza H1N1. Will be vaccinated as a priority for pregnant women, health workers, firefighters, police, emergency crews and patients with chronic diseases.
Spain: There will be peak of infection of swine flu in late Nove
Nov 3, 2009 5:43:24 PM
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