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As of May 5th, 2009, France has no confirmed cases of the swine flu.

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No it is cought from infected swine , so the name.


A reporter asked Paris Hilton what she thinks about swine flu and she replied, === === Sorry, i don't eat that.


The swine flu, being a newer strain of flu, has infected people with more ease than the normal flu. The swine flu is not much as a problem the media makes it seem. The seasonal flu kills more people a year.


Yes, H1N1 (swine flu) originally infected humans through contact with infected pigs (hence the name swine flu). The newest swine flu (H1N1/09) is able to pass directly from human to human without an animal in the mix, but originally it was zoonotic. Around 60% of all human infectious pathogens are zoonotic.


Over 200 people have been infected by the Swine Influenza or Swine Flu virus.


yes because anything they touch or breathe on has the swine flu


Birds can catch H1N1/09 swine flu. However, if you mean can you get swine flu from eating chicken, then the answer is no. Normal cooking temperatures deactivate virus particles and they can not infect you after reaching those temperatures.



Just relax... The Swine Flu is like a normal flu. If you don't have a doctor and you are infected with it, well, you are in some trouble. On the brighter side, we have doctors.


Yes, swine flu (like any other kind of influenza) is a contagious disease and you could be infected by getting too close to someone who has it. Do not hug people who have the swine flu. Wait for them to recover, then hug them.


Some people do but it is incorrect. Swine simply means pig/hog. The flu, Swine Flu, is called that because it started as a virus that only infected pigs, so it was the flu that the swine got. Since viruses mutate easily, it changed into a virus that caused flu in people as well as pigs. The name Swine Flu stuck then and also now with the virus causing the pandemic which is actually a third strain of the swine flu virus that people pass to people.


The swine flu is as contagious as the regular flu. Just like having a cold or influenza, do not share straws, wash your hands, don't kiss or come into close contact with someone with swine flu, don't share glasses with someone with swine flu, etc. Also, you cannot get swine flu from pigs or pig meat. That is a huge misconception.


England and Australia are being hit very hard by swine flu at the moment. And might be the worst places to go in terms of swine flu. But we all seem to be doing ok at this time.


All types of flu can be fatal. But the Avian (bird) flu is more fatal, it kills 50 to 60% of those infected. Swine flu H1N1/09 has a mortality rate well below 1%.


It is possible but rare. There have now been recorded transmissions of swine flu H1N1 to cats so it would be possible to have an infected cat transmit to a human. This has yet to be recorded but give it time and it may happen someday.Pets have infected their owners with bacterial infections but I know of no instance where swine flu has done this.


Go to the doctor tard. If you have it you are getting more people infected


here are some Arizona Kentucky and Florida i think.


No, and you cant get it by eating infected pork, anyway.


In or on infected people or some animals, or on things the infected have touched, coughed, or sneezed upon.


is the swine flu in Oregon yet is the swine flu in Oregon yet is the swine flu in Oregon yet is the swine flu in Oregon yet


the swine flu may indeed infect Georgia soon but not yet. the infected states are Texas, New York, California, and a few others. the swine flue started in Mexico, where many have died.


People have not been found to be carriers of the swine flu (without being infected or ill) even though it is highly transmissible and has spread rapidly.


Swine flu is spread by sneezing, coughing, spitting....anything really where you are in close contact with the infected person. Also, if they have got germs on a surface or something and then you touch it


No, Swine Flu is just one strain of the many flu viruses. Flu is an abbreviation for influenza. So Swine Flu is a type of flu, but all flu is not the swine flu, there are other kinds.


Epidemiologists believe that the Avian (bird) flu is more dangerous because the symptoms and course of the disease are worse. It results in death in 50 to 60% of those infected. It is a more virulent flu, unlike the relatively mild Swine Flu (A-H1N1/09). Although the Swine Flu is spreading faster. The biggest concern is if the two types of flu combine to form one that is as rapidly spread as Swine flu and as virulent as Bird Flu.



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