WHO: Influenza A(H1N1) – update 37

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As of 06:00 GMT, 23 May 2009, 43 countries have officially reported 12 022 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 86 deaths.

The breakdown of the number of laboratory-confirmed cases by country is given in the following table and map.
Map of the spread of Influenza A(H1N1): number of laboratory confirmed cases and deaths [jpg 492kb] http://www.who.int/entity/csr/don/ah1n1_20090523_8AM.jpg

Laboratory-confirmed cases of new influenza A(H1N1) as officially reported to WHO by States Parties to the International Health Regulations (2005)

Country    Cumulative total         Newly confirmed since the last reporting period
Cases    Deaths    Cases    Deaths
Argentina    1    0      0      0
Australia    12    0      5    0
Austria    1    0      0      0
Belgium    7    0      2    0
Brazil    8    0      0      0
Canada    719    1    0      0
Chile    24    0      0      0
China    11    0      0      0
Colombia    12    0      0      0
Costa Rica    20    1    0      0
Cuba    4    0      0      0
Denmark    1    0      0      0
Ecuador    8    0      0      0
El Salvador    6    0      0      0
Finland    2    0      0      0
France    16    0      0      0
Germany    17    0      3    0
Greece    1    0      0      0
Guatemala    4    0      0      0
India    1    0      0      0
Ireland    1    0      0      0
Israel    7    0      0      0
Italy    14    0      4    0
Japan    321    0      27    0
Korea, Republic of    3    0      0      0
Malaysia    2    0      0      0
Mexico    3892    75    0      0
Netherlands    3    0      0      0
New Zealand    9    0      0      0
Norway    4    0      1    0
Panama    76    0      3    0
Peru    5    0      0      0
Philippines    1    0      0      0
Poland    2    0      0      0
Portugal    1    0      0      0
Russia    1    0      1    0
Spain    126    0      13    0
Sweden    3    0      0      0
Switzerland    2    0      1    0
Thailand    2    0      0      0
Turkey    2    0      0      0
United Kingdom    117    0      5    0
United States of America    6552    9    788    0
Grand Total    12022    86    854    0
Chinese Taipei has reported 1 confirmed case of influenza A (H1N1) with 0 deaths. Cases from Chinese Taipei are included in the cumulative totals provided in the table above.
Cumulative and new figures are subject to revision

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