The A / H1N1 virus infected 28,774 persons in 74 countries, leading to 144 deaths, according to the latest World Health Organisation survey.
The WHO survey is not pertinent enough, because highly affected countries, like the US, gave up recording all contamination cases. The report also shows pour countries do not always have the methods investigate the virus.
The countries counting the most swine flu cases, according to WHO report no. 47:
- USA: 13,217 cases, 27 deaths (the situation is unchanged against the latter report).
- Mexico: 6,241 cases, 108 deaths (against 5,717 cases and 106 deaths previously announced).
- Canada: 2,446 cases, four deaths (the situation remains unchanged).
- Chile: 1,694 cases, two deaths (the situation remains unchanged).
- Costa Rica: 104 cases, one death (against 93 cases and one death).
- Dominican Republic: 91 cases, one death (the situation remains unchanged).
- Columbia: 35 cases, one death (against 35 cases and no death).
- Australia: 1,307 cases (3 more).
- Great Britain: 822 cases (156 more).
- Japan: 518 cases (33 more).
- Spain: 357 cases (26 more).
- Argentina: 256 cases (21 more).
- Panama: 221 cases (the situation remains unchanged).
- China: 174 cases (32 more).
- Germany: 95 cases (17 more).
- France: 73 cases (two more).
- Salvador: 69 cases (the situation remains unchanged).
Romania confirmed 11 infections. The latest case was announced on Wednesday evening, by Cantacuziono Institute in Bucharest.