New and autonomous swine flu hotbeds are likely to be revealed, considering the speed at which the H1N1 virus is transmitted, World Health Organisation (WHO) informs. There are presently over 7.520 contaminated individuals, according to AFP.

"Lab researches indicate the virus to be infectious to such a degree, that we expect the epidemic to continue spreading to both local and regional levels", the WHO deputy manager Keiji Fukuda explained.

WHO recorded over 1.000 new swine flu cases on Friday, confirmed only during the last 24 hours, the figures increasing to 7.520 worldwide contaminated individuals. The number of deaths remains 65. On Thursday, there were 6.497 swine flu cases in 33 countries.