Swine Flu Kills Two Women in Beijing
Two women in Beijing died of the H1N1 virus, known as swine bird in the last 10 days, as revealed by the state-run news website Beijing Daily, Sunday (1/6). Deaths from bird flu is the first case in China’s capital city since 2010 ago.
The first woman aged 65 who was also suffering from cancer passed away on Friday (1/4). While the two women, aged 22 years, died on December 27, according to data obtained from the control center and disease prevention in China.
Flu cases in Beijing was at the highest level in five years, and H1N1 is the most dominant, Deng Ying head light control center and disease prevention in China.
Increased cases of swine flu in China dealing with temperatures in the country continues to decline dramatically in recent weeks.
H1N1 is a viral disease that had become epidemic in 2009 that started in the United States and Mexico, and then spread throughout the world in just six weeks.
Institute for World Health, WHO, estimates that the death toll from the outbreak reached about 18,500 people, but a study published in June 2012 showed that the victim died from the outbreak to 579 000 to 284 500 people.