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England confirms fourteen new cases of swine flu

18th May 2009

The Health Protection Agency has said that fourteen new cases of swine flu have been confirmed.

This raises the total number of cases in England to 101. Ten of the new cases were found in London, three in Surrey and one in the East of the country. Eleven of the people with swine flu had been in contact with people who had "previously confirmed cases" of the virus.

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Article Information

Title: England confirms fourteen new cases of swine flu
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 11403
Date Added: 18th May 2009

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