White House staff member identified with “swine flu” symptoms

White House staff member identified with “swine flu” symptoms
# 01 May 2009 08:44 (UTC +04:00)
His wife, son and nephew also developed the flu. On April 28 they tested “probable” for infection with the H1N1 virus, Gibbs said, adding that the subtype was unidentifiable. The symptoms the man and his family experienced were “mild” and they didn’t require hospitalization or medication, he said. The staff member, part of an advance security detail for Energy Secretary Steven Chu, arrived in Mexico on April 13, began to feel ill on the 16th and developed a fever the next day. He returned to the U.S. on April 18. Gibbs said Obama, who arrived in Mexico City on April 16, and Chu haven’t shown any symptoms and “doctors see no need” to conduct any tests.
According to the reports to April 30, 109 “swine flu” cases were identified in the United States. Two-year old American baby died from “swine flu” in Mexico.
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