E-CDC The European Center for Disease Control has regisered 28 cases in Europe with no deaths. Source: E-CDC
W.H.O. In a statement today, the W.H.O. see no place for travel restrictions to any destination. Influenza A (H1N1) has already been confirmed in many parts of the world. Influenza A (H1N1) has already been confirmed in many parts of the world, and limiting travel and imposing travel restrictions would have very little effect on stopping the virus from spreading, but would be highly disruptive to the global community. Source: W.H.O. The WHO situation update from today state that 11 countries have reported 331 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection.
United States The CDC report 141 cases with new states reporting cases of influenza A/H1N1. Source: CDC
The BBC report that preliminary analysis of the virus suggest that it is a causing a mild infection.The BBC also report the first case has been found in Asia, in Hong Kong.
Comment on influenza A/H1N1 The spread to new countries reflects the level of international travel. The number of secondary cases are still small and it is not certain if the outbreak will escalate or slowly die out. At least the outbreak in Mexico seems less serious that predicted one week ago. it is comforting that the W.H.O. do not recommend any travel restrictions.