Eleven cases of AH1N1 flu

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Eleven people infected with the AH1N1 virus have been admitted to hospitals in the eastern Dutch town of Nijmegen. However, the regional health authorities say there is no cause for alarm.

The Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre has reported seven confirmed cases of Mexican flu and the Canisius Wilhelmina Hospital CWZ four. A spokesperson for the CWZ also said there was no reason to be concerned, but added that there was

The Nijmegen health authorities spoke of a On Thursday, the health authorities were flooded with calls from concerned parents. In late December, the AH1N1 virus claimed the lives of two children from the Nijmegen region: a four-year-old and an eleven-year-old.



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