Swine Flu

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The United States declared a public health emergency deal last Sunday to the emerging new swine flu, like the government to prepare for approaching hurricanes. U.S. officials reported 20 cases of swine flu in five states to date with the latest in Ohio and New York. Unlike in Mexico where the same strain appears the murder of dozens of people, the cases in the United States is mild - and the health of the U.S. authorities will not explain why. "While we continue to find cases, we go to a wider spectrum of disease," predicted Dr. Richard Besser, acting head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. "We go to a more severe disease in this country." The White House conference, and Besser Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano asked to ensure that American health officials to take all appropriate measures to reduce the impact of the outbreak. Top is the declaration of a public health crisis. As part of that Napolitano said about 12 million doses of Tamiflu medicine has moved from a federal stock in areas where the State can quickly share if they decide they need it. Priority will be given five states with known cases to date: California, Texas, New York, Ohio and Kansas. Napolitano called the emergency declaration, standard operating procedure - a recently indicated for induction and for the floods. He urged the people as a "declaration of emergency." "Are you sure that what we are. We prepare an environment where we really do not know what the ultimate size of the seriousness of the outbreak will be."