Somalia reported its 1st cases of H1N1, while Lithuania, Switzerland, Macedonia, Maldives, Madagascar, Romania, Estonia, and Denmark reported their 1st deaths. The World Health Organization
Month: November 2009
Burundi and Greenlandhave reported their 1st cases of H1N1, whileNorth Cyprus, Bosnia,Poland, Kosovo, Tunisia, and Morocco have reported their 1st H1N1 deaths. The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended early administration of antiviral medicines to
Sri Lanka,Pakistan,Slovakia, and St. Luciareported their first H1N1 deaths, whileNigeria,the Republic of the Congo, Latvia, and Armenia reported their 1st cases of H1N1. Last week, Ukraine (population 46 million)
Afghanistan, Ukraine, Moldova, Croatia, Belarus, Slovenia,Austria, and the Canadian provinces of Newfoundland andYukon reported their first H1N1 deaths. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported the number of global H1N1 deaths jumped to over 5,700 worldwide.