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Slovakia confirms second case of swine flu

Out of twelve people suspected of having contracted the A (H1N1) novelty flu, also known also as swine flu, the virus has not been confirmed in seven cases.

Out of twelve people suspected of having contracted the A (H1N1) novelty flu, also known also as swine flu, the virus has not been confirmed in seven cases.

However, public health authorities in Slovakia now say there is second confirmed case of the virus – in a baby boy, 8 months old, the son of a man, 37, who was recorded as the first case of this type of flu, the SITA newswire wrote.

Test results of other suspected cases are awaited SITA wrote. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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