WHO warns of swine flu strain outbreak that led to the 2009 pandemic?

WHO warns of swine flu strain outbreak that led to the 2009 pandemic?

Due to the health positions of power, there were reports of swine influenza in Brazil and Spain and human-to-avian flu transference in both China and Cambodia.

The organization highlighted worries over the likelihood of the bird virus migrating among humans amid the current week's Lunar New Year festivities in China.

The instance that was discovered in Brazil had no record of pig exposure. In 2015, the Brazilian state of Paraná reported nine cases of swine variant virus infections in humans.

The World Health Organization, or WHO, Spanish photo shows a man who worked on a pig farm in Lleida, in the Spanish autonomous community of Catalunya.

When the first cases were identified in Scotland, the pig influenza pandemic of 2009 spread throughout the United Kingdom. About 400 people lost their lives in throughout the United Kingdom.