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Swine Flu Britain

Swine Flu Britain

epa01713118 Paula Ruiz Zwollo (R) arrives with her 2 year old daughter Maria Luna Ceivantes at Gatwick Airport in London, Britain, 29 April 2009. Health experts are warning that the swine flu virus is already in London and could rapidly spread through the Tube (London Underground). Meanwhile, Airlines across Britain cancelled Mexico bound flights 28 April. The swine flu virus first detected in Mexico can no longer be contained and countries should focus on mitigating its effects, a top UN official said, 28 April. UN food inspectors are going to Mexico to examine reports that industrial pig farms were the source of the outbreak. The number of probable deaths from the virus there has risen to 152. The US, Canada, Spain and Britain have confirmed cases of the virus, but no swine-flu related deaths have been reported outside Mexico. EPA/ANDY RAIN
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