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The Hellenic Radio (ERA): News in English, 09-07-25

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  • [01] 33yo Male Slightly Improved

  • [01] 33yo Male Slightly Improved

    Last Updated on Saturday, 25 July 2009 21:21

    The 33-year-old male, the first serious H1N1 infection to be reported in Greece, has slightly improved. He remains feverless, yet the damage in his lung is serious. In the meantime, experts worldwide are battling against time to produce the vaccine by autumn. In Greece, sensitive population groups will be the first in line to be vaccinated.

    At the beginning of the week, about 520 H1N1 infections had been confirmed in Greece, with nearly 35 to 40 cases being confirmed every day. The number of the infections is steady and it appears that there is no surge at the moment. However, the World Health Organization stressed that the H1N1 flu will not make any exemptions and it will spread everywhere on the planet.

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