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Moroccan official: suspected cases proved not A/H1N1 flu
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16:41, May 14, 2009

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Three people showing fever and flu submitted to deep health checks in Morocco were proved not influenza A/H1N1 patients, local MAP news agency reported.

A top official from Morocco's health ministry Noureddine Chaouki said Wednesday that its country remains up to now spared from the deadly virus, and it has made full preparations to detect and face A/H1N1.

Chaouki, also Director of Epidemiology, added that the health ministry has put in place electronic systems in its 70 local departments to ensure the follow-up of any possible infection.

So far, the virus has killed over 60 people around the world, mainly in the countries of Latin America and Europe.

Source:Xinhua



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