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  H1N1 is now world's dominant flu virus  World Health Organization: The H1N1 virus has now become the dominant influenza virus around the globe H1N1 vaccinations rolled out in UK  A mass H1N1 immunization program began in the UK, with the country's health minister urging all priority groups to take up the vaccine Security chief dies from H1N1 flu  Lt. Col. John Merino, The head of Ecuadorís presidential security, died after being hospitalized for 28 days President has H1N1 virus  Alvaro Uribe is infected with the H1N1 virus, commonly known as swine flu. He is in stable condition and under medical supervision Brazil tops worldwide H1N1 deaths  Brazil has confirmed 557 deaths. The United States has counted 522 fatalities, and nearly 1,800 people had died worldwide Group of 22 U.S. students quarantined  Students from the greater District of Columbia have been quarantined in China after several tested positive for the H1N1 flu virus Swine flu threatens Muslim Hajj season  Two Hajj pilgrims from Iran, 57-year-old woman and a 24-year-old man, have contracted the H1N1 virus WHO considers move to phase 6 for H1N1  The World Health Organization is still considering increasing its pandemic alert level because of growing worldwide cases of the virus Candidate virus for H1N1 vaccine arrives
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B. 2011-03-23 H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state Merida, Venezuela
2010-08-10 H1N1 public health emergency over Global
3. 2009-11-21 Flu kills four pilgrims Saudi Arabia
E. 2009-11-06 H1N1 is now world's dominant flu virus Global
F. 2009-10-21 H1N1 vaccinations rolled out in UK United Kingdom
6. 2009-09-07 Security chief dies from H1N1 flu Ecuador
7. 2009-08-30 President has H1N1 virus Colombia
I. 2009-08-28 Brazil tops worldwide H1N1 deaths Brazil
J. 2009-07-21 Group of 22 U.S. students quarantined China

  Flu kills four pilgrims
  H1N1 outbreak in Venezuelan state Map of Merida Venezuela  An outbreak of the H1N1 virus, known commonly as the swine flu, has hit the Venezuelan Andean state of Merida   H1N1 public health emergency over

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Aug.10   Global
  The global H1N1 pandemic is over, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization said

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Nov.21   Saudi Arabia
  A teenager and three elderly people for the hajj pilgrimage have died of the H1N1 flu virus

Nov.6   Global
Oct.21   United Kingdom
Sep.7   Ecuador
Aug.30   Colombia
Aug.28   Brazil
Jul.21   China
Jul.15   Saudi Arabia
Jun.2   Global
May.22   US Georgia
  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention received a candidate vaccine virus for swine flu from one institution
May.20   Global Swine flu tops 10,000 cases worldwide  World Health Organization: The H1N1 worldwide sickened 10,176 people and caused at least 80 deaths, mostly in Mexico May.19   Global Number of H1N1 cases nears 10,000  World Health Organization: The number of confirmed swine flu cases worldwide is nearing 10,000 May.4   Washington 'H1N1 flu no worse than regular flu'  Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano: The virus appears to be no more dangerous than the regular flu virus that makes its rounds each year May.3   Global WHO: cases of H1N1 virus now at 787
  The number of swine flu cases worldwide now stands at 787 with two additional deaths reported in Mexico
 The pigs may have been infected by a Canadian farmer who recently returned from a trip to Mexico
May.2   Global Number of confirmed H1N1 cases soars
  World Health Organization: The number of confirmed cases of swine flu across the globe jumped to 615.    There is no evidence of the swine flu virus spr...

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