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17 New Swine Flu Infections in Jordan

The infection toll of swine flu in the Jordan has increased to 265 after diagnosing 17 new infections with the H1N1 virus.

Jordanian Ministry of Health confirmed that: “not a single death was reported, rendering the death toll fifteen”.

Dr. Yaseen Al-Hasban Jordanian minister of health said that the infection “has started to subside”, he also confirmed that the curves of the infection are “going down”.

H1N1 infection can be prevented by a few measures such as: covering the nose and the mouth while sneezing and coughing, washing one’s hands frequently, immediate disposal of paper towels used when sneezing, and avoiding crowds.

Jordan has registered more than 3 thousand infection and the death toll reached 16 last winter. At August, 10, 2009, the WHO declared the end of the H1N1 (swine flu) outbreak in the 21 century.

Meanwhile the virus has caused about 18500 death case since it was discovered in April, 2009.

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