GENEVA (AFP) – At least 4,525 people have died from swine flu infections since the A(H1N1) virus was uncovered in April, the World Health Organisation said Friday.
This is an increase of 417 fatal cases from a week ago when 4,108 deaths were recorded, the UN health agency said in its weekly update of the pandemic.
Most deaths occurred in the Americas region, where 3,292 fatalities have been reported.
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