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33,902 Swine Flu A(H1N1) Cases Including 170 Deaths In USA

July 23, 2017

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) informed in its weekly update on Friday evening, 3rd July, 2009, that the total number of confirmed human cases of swine flu A(H1N1) infection stands at 33,902, including 170 deaths.

In a Swine Flu conference held today in Cancun, Mexico, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned that the virus' spread is now "unstoppable". The WHO added that swine flu infection cases are mostly mild, with the vast majority of people recovering unaided.

Health authorities in the UK predict that British infection numbers should exceed 100,000 by the end of this summer.

Total confirmed human cases of Swine Flu A(H1N1) infection, and total deaths, 3rd July, 2009 (Source CDC) Alabama - 330 cases, 0 deaths Alaska - 60 cases - 0 deaths Arkansas - 42 cases - 0 deaths Arizona - 761 cases - 10 deaths California - 1985 cases - 21 deaths Colorado - 136 cases - 0 deaths Connecticut - 1247 cases - 6 deaths Delaware - 316 cases - 0 deaths Florida - 1302 cases - 5 deaths Georgia - 118 cases - 0 deaths Hawaii - 616 cases - 0 deaths Idaho - 92 cases - 0 deaths Illinois - 3166 cases - 13 deaths Indiana - 267 cases - 0 deaths Iowa - 92 cases - 0 deaths Kansas - 117 cases - 0 deaths Kentucky - 130 cases - 0 deaths Louisiana - 183 cases - 0 deaths Maine - 82 cases - 0 deaths Maryland - 591 cases - 1 death Massachusetts - 1308 cases - 3 deaths Michigan - 484 cases - 7 deaths Minnesota - 576 - 1 death Mississippi - 161 cases - 0 deaths Missouri - 65 cases - 1 death Montana - 67 cases - 0 deaths Nebraska - 111 cases - 0 deaths Nevada - 301 cases - 0 deaths New Hampshire - 224 cases - 0 deaths New Jersey - 1159 cases - 9 deaths New Mexico - 232 cases - 0 deaths New York - 2499 cases - 44 deaths North Carolina - 255 cases - 2 deaths North Dakota - 57 cases - 0 deaths Ohio - 120 cases - 1 death Oklahoma - 128 cases - 1 death Oregon - 366 cases - 4 deaths Pennsylvania - 1748 cases - 4 deaths Rhode Island - 158 cases - 1 death South Carolina - 160 cases - 0 deaths South Dakota - 29 cases - 0 deaths Tennessee - 174 cases - 0 deaths Texas - 3991 cases - 17 deaths Utah - 920 cases - 10 deaths Vermont - 49 cases - 0 deaths Virginia - 191 cases - 1 death Washington - 588 cases - 4 deaths Washington, D.C. - 33 cases - 0 deaths West Virginia - 154 cases - 0 deaths Wisconsin - 5861 cases - 4 death Wyoming - 81 cases - 0 deaths Territories
Puerto Rico - 18 cases - 0 deaths Virgin Islands - 1 case - 0 deaths
TOTAL - 33,902 cases - 170 deaths