U.S. State Department will issue American travel advisory-20 confirmed swine flu
New York, NY(JusticeNewsFlash.com)–The U.S. State Department will issue a travel warning Monday afternoon urging Americans to avoid all “nonessential” travel to Mexico because of the swine flu epidemic declared by Mexico’s government on Friday. As reported by Reuters, a U.S. official confirmed the American federal government will make this announcement. European nation’s have already issued a strong travel advisory to their citizens to avoid travel to North America. Canada health officials have confirmed six cases
The Swine Influenza (H1N1) virus has killed 103 people in Mexico, sickened thousands in the Southern North American Country, and has spread across borders into the United States and Canada. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) www.cdc.gov confirmed a total of 20 cases on Sunday. CDA federal health inspector’s 20 confirmed victims includes 8 cases of swine influenza at St. Francis Preparatory School in Fresh Meadows, Queens, a New York City borough. New York officials report all the cases have been mild, and the young victims have made a full recovery. Victims have emerged in California, Texas, Kansas, and Ohio. Spain reported one confirmed case of the new virus in Europe.
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