Accoding to a report in Hispanic Business the flu season has taken off but the “main strain” named is the deadly H1N1 Swine flu, which has claimed multiple lives, and four of them were children who died from flu complications.
The H1N1 flu was responsible for the pandemic of 2009- 2010 which final totals in deaths were in the hundreds of thousands and now cases arebeing found in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Kansas, Wyoming and Alaska and according to the latest reports, now California, where half the patients are already in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).[Update] Add Tennessee to the list, bringing the total states to 12.
According to WBIR, from a report before the news of California and Tennessee’s cases, all this when just two weeks ago, no states had reported H1N1.
In the second video below, Mary Greeley goes over previous reports on testing which first came up negative, then positive, and wonders if the H1N1 virus hasn’t mutated.