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Novel influenza A (H1N1) is a new flu virus of swine origin that was first detected in Mexico and the United States in March and April, 2009. The first novel H1N1 patient in the United States was confirmed by laboratory testing at CDC on April 15, 2009. The second patient was confirmed on April 17, 2009. It was quickly determined that the virus was spreading from person-to-person. On April 22, CDC activated its Emergency Operations Center to better coordinate the public health response. On April 26, 2009, the United States Government declared a public health emergency.

It’s thought that novel influenza A (H1N1) flu spreads in the same way that regular seasonal influenza viruses spread; mainly through the coughs and sneezes of people who are sick with the virus.
Cellular maps capture COVID-19 pathogenesis in detail

Cellular maps capture COVID-19 pathogenesis in detail

Time to implement measures preventing future viral zoonoses

Time to implement measures preventing future viral zoonoses

Why Astrazeneca and J&J’s vaccines, in use the world over, are still on hold in America

Why Astrazeneca and J&J’s vaccines, in use the world over, are still on hold in America

Researchers investigate how CF patients respond to COVID-19

Researchers investigate how CF patients respond to COVID-19

Organ transplant patient dies after receiving Covid-infected lungs

Organ transplant patient dies after receiving Covid-infected lungs

Companies pan for marketing gold in vaccines

Companies pan for marketing gold in vaccines

Chicken-derived antibody shows potent neutralizing capacity against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Chicken-derived antibody shows potent neutralizing capacity against SARS-CoV-2 in vitro

Study: First influenza infection does not make people immune to future flu viruses

Study: First influenza infection does not make people immune to future flu viruses

Simulated model for drive-through clinics can be used for mass COVID-19 vaccinations

Simulated model for drive-through clinics can be used for mass COVID-19 vaccinations

Stability and pathogenicity of MERS coronavirus varies across different viral strains

Stability and pathogenicity of MERS coronavirus varies across different viral strains

Study examines people's behavioral responses to face mask mandates during the pandemic

Study examines people's behavioral responses to face mask mandates during the pandemic

Study indicates that 2019-2020 flu season was driven by a new, more transmissible strain

Study indicates that 2019-2020 flu season was driven by a new, more transmissible strain

Predicting future mamalian hosts of SARS-CoV-2

Predicting future mamalian hosts of SARS-CoV-2

India’s COVID-19-related hygiene promotion campaign shows some positive results

India’s COVID-19-related hygiene promotion campaign shows some positive results

COVID-19 mortality rates higher in pregnant women than in similarly aged individuals

COVID-19 mortality rates higher in pregnant women than in similarly aged individuals

Cell phone data can reveal behavioral changes in people diagnosed with flu-like illness

Cell phone data can reveal behavioral changes in people diagnosed with flu-like illness

New SERS-based sensor can detect influenza A viral pathogens with high reproducibility

New SERS-based sensor can detect influenza A viral pathogens with high reproducibility

Inside the first chaotic days of the effort to vaccinate America

Inside the first chaotic days of the effort to vaccinate America

Many US health experts underestimated the coronavirus … until it was too late

Many US health experts underestimated the coronavirus … until it was too late

Specific genetic target could help explain the variation in COVID-19 effects

Specific genetic target could help explain the variation in COVID-19 effects

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