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UK swine flu approaches 3,000 cases

24th June 2009

Cases of swine flu in the UK are nearing the 3,000 mark.

Another 149 cases of swine flu have been confirmed, bringing the total to 2,944, including 686 in Scotland. Of the latest cases, more than 100 were in England, including a baby who is at a hospital on Teeside, and 40 further cases north of the border. About 30,000 cases of swine flu have so far been detected in 74 countries, and more than 140 people have died worldwide since March.

 

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