July 01, 2009 By Martin Johnston
New Zealand’s official count of swine flu cases jumped sharply again yesterday – the same day as the world’s first case was reported of the virus being resistant to Tamiflu treatment.
The Ministry of Health reported 64 new cases of confirmed swine flu yesterday, taking the tally since the illness emerged in April to 653. However, the real number will be much higher, since routine swabbing of potential cases has stopped.
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