China reports 91 more deaths from A/H1N1 flu 

December 24 [Thu], 2009, 10:45
Thailand has a death due to H1N1 influenza that caused many deaths in the country of novel influenza to 191, said the Health Ministry on Wednesday.
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The youngest victim was a woman, the Thai News Agency quoted Doctor Paij Warachit, the Minister of Health, as saying.

It is provided by the experts that the outbreak of the virus H1N1, will continue until mid-2010, it is worrying that will get worse, the new annual festival of the state, said Paij.

The disease may spread because of the highway at the festival next year, said Paij.
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The outbreak of the H1N1 virus may be exacerbated in the middle of the meeting in public recreation events for new year, he said.

Henec head of public health centers across the country, people on the precautions to prevent the fish from disease, he said.

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