Saturday, 9 May 2009

2 Billion People Potentially Infected by Swine Flu

About 2 billion people in worldwide potentially infected swine flu outbreak, when turned into a pandemic last for 2 years. Chairman of the World Health Organization (WHO) for the handling of bird flu, Keiji Fukuda, explains, the history notes that the third flu pandemic of the world population infected by this kind of outbreak.

Some independent experts agree that although the possibility of estimates indicate that this far has not been many factors that lead to the possibility that. In Mexico, the countries so far high affected swine flu, a number of schools and universities have been opened for the first time when health officials in this country to emphasize the case of epidemic decline.

So far, the case of swine flu has spread in 24 countries. A number of cinemas and bars in Mexico may have been operated fully, on Thursday (7 / 5), after 5 days was closed to prevent the spread of H1N1 virus.

"If the flu pandemic becomes widespread, then a large number of world population infected by it," said Fukuda. "When we observe the pandemic in the past, well-grounded for the possibility of a third world population fell ill a potential virus," he added.

According to Fukuda, with a population of more than 6 billion people, the possibility of H1N1 virus may suffer by 2 million people.