Recent Examples of swine flu from the Web
The big event and a major point of conflict in the series is a swine flu pandemic that decimated the alternate (Prime) Earth in 1996, killing half a billion people.
Jernigan said, referring to the 2009 swine flu outbreak.
His rationale is revenge, alleging that our side unleashed a swine flu pandemic that decimated their Earth, killing over half a billion people.
The hospitalization rates at the season’s peak were the highest the state had seen since the 2009 swine flu pandemic.
That peak level of intensity was the highest seen since the swine flu pandemic of 2009.
Tamiflu, which generated more than $3 billion in sales when swine flu sparked a global contagion in 2009, reduces the duration of illness by only up to a day if it’s taken within the first 48 hours of the onset of symptoms.
The intense 2009 swine flu pandemic, which sent demand for vaccines soaring, was followed by several mild flu years.
And many of those investments paid off in helping to manage swine flu, avian flu, Middle East respiratory syndrome, Ebola, and Zika.
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medical Definition of swine flu
- Among the swine flu cases in the United States, none had had any contact with pigs …
- —Marc Lacey and Donald G. McNeil Jr., The New York Times, 25 Apr. 2009
- As swine flu spreads from person to person around the world, it is most often being transmitted by coughing or sneezing …
- —Laura Landro, The Wall Street Journal, 29 Sept. 2009
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