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Mexico shuts down to control flu
2 babies die, dozens hospitalized after vaccination   Chiapas: Mexican health officials are investigating after two babies died and 29 children were hospitalized from suspected adverse reactions 6 hospitalized in Mexico for possible radiation poisoning Map of Hidalgo Mexico  Six men potentially exposed to radioactive material stashed inside a stolen truck were examined at a Mexico hospital Obesity rates triple in last 3 decades  69.5% of the Mexican population aged 15 and older is overweight or obese, the highest rate in the world   1.3 M in capital don't have running water   Nearly 1.3 million Mexican residents don't have running water in Mexico City, a university study has revealed   WHO warns swine flu 'unstoppable'  The UN's top health official has opened a forum on combating swine flu by saying that the spread of the virus worldwide is now unstoppable   Mexico to start China flu airlift  A Mexican plane has gone to collect dozens of Mexicans who have been quarantined because of fears they were infected with swine flu   Mexico to begin lifting flu curbs   Restaurants and cafes in Mexico City are to reopen after the country recorded a fall in new cases of the swine flu virus   Mexico plea as virus 'stabilises'

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  Mexico appealed for fair treatment towards its citizens and products, as officials there said the swine flu outbreak could be stabilising
  Mexico is beginning a 5-day shutdown of parts of its economy in a bid to slow the spread
 Non-essential government services will be suspended

  About 35,000 public venues in Mexico City were shut down or told to serve only takeout meals as officials tried to contain a deadly outbreak.    150 people are believed to have died from the flu. City has banned restaurants and cafes from serving ...
152 swine flu deaths  Governments and health officials around the world continued to take steps against the outbreak that has killed scores of people in Mexico Apr.25 Suspected Mexico flu toll hits 81  The authorities say 81 people are now thought to have been killed by an outbreak of a human swine flu virus WHO: Mexico flu 'a potential pandemic'
  The presence of swine flu in Mexico and the U.S. is 'a serious situation' that could develop into a pandemic.    Margaret Chan, the World Health Organization's chief, cut short a visit to the US and returned to ...
Apr.24 Swine flu viruses in Mexico, U.S. match Map of Queens New York  New York: New York health officials are testing about 75 students at a Queens school for swine flu after the students exhibited flu-like symptoms Mexico bid to contain deadly flu  The authorities have closed schools and public buildings in the capital to contain a new flu virus suspected of killing up to 60 people 'Swine flu' kills 60 Map of Mexico City Mexico
  The World Health Organization says it suspects flu has killed 60 people and infected 800 others; majority of the cases were in the capital
 The new virus strain is a type of influenza A (H1N1) virus, commonly called the swine flu. By the end of April, 300 schools had closed across the U.S. and the Mexican government ordered a multi-day shutdown of all non-essential activities in the government and private sector, amounting to a shutdown of most of the economy

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Jun.20 Salmonella traced to Florida or Mexico  Investigators looking for the source of an outbreak linked to tomatoes will focus on farms in Mexico and Florida

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Nov.3 Devastating floods prompt outbreak fears   Hundreds of thousands fled a flooded region of the Gulf coast, jumping from rooftops into rescue helicopters

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Aug.30 24 cases of dengue   Health officials were spraying mosquito breeding grounds to keeping the painful disease away from Mexico City

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B. 2015-05-11 2 babies die, dozens hospitalized after vaccination
C. 2013-12-06 6 hospitalized in Mexico for possible radiation poisoning Hidalgo, Mexico
D. 2011-01-04 Obesity rates triple in last 3 decades Mexico
E. 2010-08-04 1.3 M in capital don't have running water
F. 2009-07-02 WHO warns swine flu 'unstoppable' Mexico
G. 2009-05-04 Mexico to start China flu airlift Mexico
H. 2009-05-04 Mexico to begin lifting flu curbs
I. 2009-05-02 Mexico plea as virus 'stabilises' Mexico
2009-04-30 Mexico shuts down to control flu Mexico

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