The department that manages Trinidad Jimenez said that the majority of cases "are evolving in a positive manner, with a recovery in a few days in most of those affected." Remember, however, that there are three serious cases hospitalized in intensive care units: two in Madrid and one in Catalonia. And there has been a death associated with the flu.

A man of 32 years, admitted to the Hospital of Tarragona Joan XXIII, remains stable but in very critical condition. "There has been no change in the patient's health over the last four days when the patient began to respond to treatment, although his condition remains one of extreme gravity," said director of the Regional Service of Tarragona Protection Agency of Public Health of Catalonia, Joan Guix.

The worsening of their respiratory disease, which previously suffered from forced doctors on Monday 22 to move to intermediate care unit, and the next day, the ICU, suffering from a bilateral pneumonia. The boy contracted the disease in Tarragona Spain, as the medical authorities have ruled out that it was in Mexico or United States recently.

As for the eight year old boy who suffers from Angelman syndrome (a disease of so-called "rare") and is admitted to the Hospital del Niño Jesús (Madrid) because of influenza A, the state remains serious. For its part, the wife of 35 years, hospitalized at Getafe, has improved in the last few hours.