Saturday, August 15, 2009

Influenza claimed the first life in Japan

Tokyo - Japan is registered in the first death of the consequences of a new type of influenza A/H1N1, stated today Japanese Ministry of Health.

Died of influenza, a man in their 50-years in the Japanese prefecture Okinava, which allegedly was not abroad, stated one official ministry. Other information now, not yet known, said Reuters.

According to estimates of the World Health Organization (WHO) of the new flu, which has four declared in June, could oboli two billion people.

In Japan last month to authorize 5000 slučajava patients, after which the recording stopped.

Of the consequences of the new flu, since its appearance in April, the day the world died more than 800 people, recalled the British agency.

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