AH1N1 causes 3 more deaths in Dominican Republic
DominicanToday.com – Dominican health officials have confirmed that the deaths of another 3 persons were the result of the AH1N1 virus, which raises to 8 the total number of fatalities in the country.

 

Health Minister Bautista Rojas Gomez said that the deaths are related to 8 cases that were being investigated and that none of them occurred during the last few weeks.

The ministry has designed a special plan to be carried out in the educational centers along with the Ministry of Education due to the fact that schools are places for the spreading of the AH1N1 virus.
 

On the other hand, the ministry informed it already has the logistics to take care of an eventual second wave of the pandemic, in case it should occur, as the World Health Organization (WHO) has recently warned as the result of lower temperatures caused by the approaching of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.

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