Four Cases Of Swine Flu Confirmed In Ontario

Ontario has reported that there are four cases of swine flu. Three of the cases are in Durham and one is in the York Region.
All four cases in the province of Ontario have a Mexico connection.

Dr. David Williams,
Ontario’s Associate chief medical officer of health says that all of the cases are mild.

The patients are all recovering at home.

In Canada there are 13 confirmed cases of the swine flu. On Tuesday Alberta and Ontario reported their first cases.

The Canadian Press
reports:

Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq said seven new cases were reported Tuesday: four in Ontario, two in Alberta, and one in B.C.

“I want to stress that all these cases have been mild … and they do not change our course of action,” she told a news conference.

“Decisions are being made based on the best available information coming to me from one of the best health systems in the world.”

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