Now, “Nearly all flu cases are Swine Flu” – ISID on CDC

In Uncategorized on September 16, 2009 at 3:13 pm
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)  
has been telling people to stay home from work and school and avoid
contact with others until a day after their fever breaks. The new
research suggests they may need to be careful for longer -- especially
at home where the risk of spreading the germ is highest. Swine flu
also appears to be contagious longer than ordinary seasonal flu,
several experts said.

"This study shows you're not contagious for a day or 2. You're
probably contagious for about a week," said Gaston De Serres, a
scientist at the Institute of Public Health in Quebec. He presented
one of the studies Monday [14 Sep 2009] at an American Society for
Microbiology conference. It is the 1st big meeting of infectious
disease experts since last spring's emergence of swine flu [influenza
pandemic (H1N1) 2009 virus], which now accounts for nearly all of the
flu cases in the United States
. More than one million Americans have
been infected and nearly 600 have died from it, the CDC estimates.

- Source http://bit.ly/3ADdaK

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