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The H1/N1 virus which swept the globe last year has returned to Britain, claiming 10 lives in the last six weeks.
The death of a 22-year-old man in New Zealand eastern North Island of Hawke´s Bay was believed to be the fifth related to A/H1N1 flu in New Zealand this year.
China´s Ministry of Health has said it will draw upon its experience from the H1N1 flu control to ensure prevention of the general flu, as the World Health Organization (WHO) announced plans for the post-pandemic period.
The World Health Organization (WHO) officially declared the H1N1 flu pandemic over Tuesday, with Director-General Margaret Chan saying the new virus had "largely run its course."
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