SUSPECT CASES OF H1N1 VIRUS RISE TO 136 IN COLOMBIA
epa01719171 Inhabitants of the Colombian locality of Zipaquira, 50 kilometers from Bogota, Colombia, receive information from a member of the National Police wearing a mask on, 04 May, 2009. After the confirmation of one case of H1N1 'swine flu' in Zipaquira inhabitants of several cities and villages have taken precautions to face the virus. The number of suspect cases has risen to 136 in the country. EPA/Mauricio Dueñas | Location: Zipaquira, Cundinamarca, Colombia.
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