Swine Flu Outbreak Map: Mexico City and Mexico Deaths

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Swine Flu Death Report Climbs to 149 in Mexico (April 27, 2009 12:00 noon)

Mexico Health Secretary Jose Angel Cordova says that 1,995 people have been hospitalized with serious cases of pneumonia since the first case of swine flu was reported on April 13. The government does not yet know how many of those cases were swine flu. The suspected death toll from swine flu climbed to 149.

Late Sunday, April 26, 2009 the number of suspected swine flu cases in Mexico had climbed to 1,614, including 103 deaths.

As of Friday, April 24, 2009 the geographical spread of the outbreaks was reported to stand at 13 of the 20 deaths in Mexico City, the rest were spread across Mexico — four in central San Luis Potosi, two up near the U.S. border in Baja California, and one in southern Oaxaca state.

SOURCE: Mexico swine flu deaths spur global epidemic fears