China reports first swine flu caseMay 11th, 2009 - 12:06 pm ICT by IANS
Beijing, May 11 (Xinhua) A Chinese man who recently returned from the US has tested positive for influenza A(H1N1), the health ministry said Monday.
The 30-year-old man, identified by his surnamed Bao, was the first confirmed case of swine flu reported in China.
The patient was under observation at the Chengdu Infectious Disease Hospital and people who had close contact with him were also isolated for medical observation.
- 100 mn Chinese vaccinated for swine flu - May 14, 2010
- Mexican swine flu outbreak kills 29, infects nearly 1,500 - Jan 28, 2012
- 81 Mexicans die of swine flu - Feb 12, 2012
- Two swine flu patients critical in Bengal (Lead) - Jul 22, 2010
- Plasma therapy may work for patients with severe 2009 H1N1 infection - Jan 20, 2011
- Chinese man dies of bird flu - Dec 31, 2011
- 58 Mexicans die of flu - Feb 06, 2012
- Swine flu continues to spread in Asia - Jun 20, 2009
- Chinese woman dies of bird flu - Jun 05, 2010
- West Bengal minister down with swine flu - Jul 15, 2010
- Young child among eleven H1N1 flu deaths in Jordan - Jan 23, 2011
- Japanese national tests positive for swine flu in Kolkata - Aug 06, 2009
- Tamiflu may prevent pneumonia in swine flu patients - Sep 29, 2010
- '2009 swine flu pandemic won't return to Maharashtra' - Apr 04, 2012
- One dies of swine flu in Delhi - Aug 31, 2010