CDC: 5,123 casos y cinco muertes en Estados Unidos

 U.S. Human Cases of H1N1 Flu Infection
(As of May 18, 2009, 11:00 AM ET)
States* Confirmed and Probable Cases Deaths
Alabama
61 cases
0 deaths
Arkansas
3 cases
0 deaths
Arizona
476 cases
1 death
California
553 cases
0 deaths
Colorado
56 cases
0 deaths
Connecticut
53 cases
0 deaths
Delaware
65 cases
0 deaths
Florida
101 cases
0 deaths
Georgia
24 cases
0 deaths
Hawaii
21 cases
0 deaths
Idaho
8 cases
0 deaths
Illinois
696 cases
0 deaths
Indiana
81 cases
0 deaths
Iowa
66 cases
0 deaths
Kansas
34 cases
0 deaths
Kentucky**
14 cases
0 deaths
Louisiana
57 cases
0 deaths
Maine
12 cases
0 deaths
Maryland
34 cases
0 deaths
Massachusetts
143 cases
0 deaths
Michigan
158 cases
0 deaths
Minnesota
38 cases
0 deaths
Mississippi
3 cases
0 deaths
Missouri
19 cases
0 deaths
Montana
4 cases
0 deaths
Nebraska
28 cases
0 deaths
Nevada
30 cases
0 deaths
New Hampshire
19 cases
0 deaths
New Jersey
15 cases
0 deaths
New Mexico
68 cases
0 deaths
New York
254 cases
0 deaths
North Carolina
12 cases
0 deaths
North Dakota
3 cases
0 deaths
Ohio
13 cases
0 deaths
Oklahoma
32 cases
0 deaths
Oregon
94 cases
0 deaths
Pennsylvania
56 cases
0 deaths
Rhode Island
8 cases
0 deaths
South Carolina
36 cases
0 deaths
South Dakota
4 cases
0 deaths
Tennessee
82 cases
0 deaths
Texas
556 cases
3 deaths
Utah
91 cases
0 deaths
Vermont
1 cases
0 deaths
Virginia
21 cases
0 deaths
Washington
294 cases
1 death
Washington, D.C.
13 cases
0 deaths
Wisconsin
613 cases
0 deaths
TOTAL*(48)
5,123 cases
5 deaths

*includes the District of Columbia

**one case is resident of KY but currently hospitalized in GA.

This table will be updated daily Monday-Friday at around 11 AM ET.

International Human Cases of Swine Flu Infection

 

Fuente: CDC

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