Swine flu cases increasing in Norway
Although nobody in Norway till date has died of H1N1 (Swine Flu), the Norwegian Institute of Public Health has the past week registered 35 new cases of the Influenza, reports the Norway Post Daily.
According to the newspaper, it now makes 75 persons tested positive for H1N1 since 9 may 2009. Among those found affected, 68 percent are reported under 30.
Special about the infection among them is that all of the victims caught the flu while on visits abroad.
However, the exact number of affected people is not yet known since the available data refer only to those tested while more may not feel necessary to be tested as they do not have apparent symptoms.
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