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Swine Flu in Italy – Update 3

This is just a quick update based on an Italian Health Ministry press release issued today.  There have been 26 confirmed cases of swine flu in Italy to date, but no deaths.

Below is a list of the regions in Italy in which cases have been confirmed.

Confirmed Cases of Swine Flu in Italy

  • May 2, 2009: 1 case in Tuscany
  • May 3, 2009: 2 cases in Lazio
  • May 4, 2009: 1 case in Lazio
  • May 5, 2009: 1 case in Tuscany
  • May 8, 2009: 2 cases in Lombardy
  • May 8, 2009: 1 case in Lazio
  • May 9, 2009: 1 case in Lazio
  • May 20, 2009: 1 case in Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • May 21, 2009: 4 cases in Lazio
  • May 22, 2009: 4 cases in Lazio
  • May 23, 2009: 1 cases in Lombardy
  • May 25, 2009: 2 cases in Lazio
  • May 25, 2009: 2 cases in Campania
  • May 27, 2009: 3 cases in Lazio
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As stated above, no deaths have been caused by swine flu in Italy so far.

The Italy Swine flu helpline is still operating.  Call 1500 from within Italy for information.

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