A(H1N1) Can Hit 90 Million Filipinos | Philippine News


A(H1N1) Can Hit 90 Million Filipinos








Influenza AH1N1 virus is composed of a subtype of influenza virus A which is commonly cause of flu or influenza in human who easily infect people who have low immune system.

 
Manila, Philippines – Department of Health (DOH) official Dr. Lyndon Lee Suy, Emerging and Re-Emerging Infectious Disease Program Head said that if we base the latest A(H1N1) virus spread rate this could hit almost 90 million Filipinos and that is 25% of Philippine population.

Watch this video of Dr. Joe Bresee at CDC Influenza Division explain swine flu signs and symptoms, transmission, treatment and protections.


Dr. Joe Bresee at CDC Influenza Division

 
Influenza A(H1N1) virus is composed of a subtype of influenza virus A which is commonly cause of flu or influenza in human who easily infect people who have low immune system. H1N1 are strains which are endemic to all people that can cause low amount of all influenza-like illness and high amount of all seasonal influenza virus.

World Health Organization (WHO) declare on June 2009 a flu pandemic due to a new case of large strain of swine-origin H1N1 which is called a Swine Flu Virus. Additional information of Influenza A(H1N1) Virus Wikipedia

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