W.H.O. As of 6 July 2009, the W.H.O. reports 94,512 cases of influenza A(H1N1) worldwide, including 429 deaths. The influenza expand particularly on the southrn hemisphere with 5,298 cases reported from Australia with 10 deats and 2,485 cases reported from Argentina with 60 deaths. Tamiflu resistance have been reported for the first time in three cases. The list of countries with reported H1N1 can be found here: W.H.O.
U.S.A. The CDC reports 37,246 cases with 211 deaths. Cases are reported from all states, and the distribution can be found here: H1N1 Flu Situation Update.
Europe 13,796 cases have been reported including 16 new cases during the past 24 hours and 16 deaths. 9,718 cases have been reported from the United Kingdom including 14 deaths, 1,034 cases in Spain and 691 cases in Germany. The list of cases in each country can be found here: E-CDC
Comment The W.H.O. still recommend no restrictions to international travel. The rapid spread in countries like Australia and Argentina on the southern hemisphere is typical behavior of influenza. The fact that only 16 new cases have been detected in Europe over the past 24 hours can be explained by the usual low transmission during summer.
Reported deaths vary between counties. The United Kingdom reports one death per 694 cases, the United States one per 177 cases, Australia one per 530 cases and Canada one death per 319 cases. This is more than reported in the beginning of the outbreak from the U.S. of roughly 1 death per 2,000 infected, but we do not at present know if the virus is becoming more agressive.
Tamiflu or Relenza are not recommended to healthy travellers visiting countries with reported H1N1 influenza. If you belong to a risk group and receive influenza vaccines every winter, you should consider bringing Tamiflu or Relenza with you, if visiting an area with a high number of reported cases.