A/H1N1 flu takes more lives in Poland
www.chinaview.cn 2009-12-15 07:35:25   Print

     WARSAW, Dec. 14 (Xinhua) -- The A/H1N1 flu deaths in Poland has increased to 73, Chief Sanitary Inspectorate said Monday.

    There have been 1,891 H1N1 flu cases confirmed in Poland. According to experts over 50,000 people in Poland may be infected with the disease.

    According to the European Center for Disease Prevention, most H1N1 flu fatalities in Europe are people with chronic ailments. Only 30 percent of the deaths is due exclusively to the H1N1 flu.

    Andrzej Horban, the national consultant for infections, warned Monday that a new H1N1 flu wave may be expected after Christmas.

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Editor: Anne Tang
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