Two more swine flu cases have been recorded in Bahrain this week, bringing the total to six, a report said.
Our sister publication the Gulf Daily News (GDN) yesterday (February 20) obtained the Health Ministry's Weekly Feedbac
Bahrain's health officials yesterday urged the public not to panic after a 41-year-old woman tested positive for swine flu.
The patient is kept in isolation at Salmaniya Medical Complex (SMC) and remains in a critical conditio
A father-of-two has died in Bahrain from swine flu after apparently contracting the illness while on holiday in India.
Jose Arulappan Venzilause Gomez, 41, was admitted to hospital just days after he returned to Bahrain on Septemb
Bahrain is bracing for any outbreak of swine flu (H1N1 influenza). The health authorities are on the alert after Saudi confirmed three cases.
"We are ready to deal with it through the epidemic early warning systems, primary and secondary h
The H1N1 pandemic is not yet over although its most intense activity has passed in many parts of the world, the World Health Organisation said on Thursday after a review of the flu outbreak by independent experts.
The WHO emergency committ
World Health Organisation expert advisers could on Tuesday determine that the H1N1 flu pandemic is fully over, or may deem it is still circulating in the southern hemisphere and therefore a global threat.
The WHO's emergency committee is d
An expert panel advising the World Health Organisation on pandemics will review the status of the H1N1 virus later this month or in early June to decide whether the swine flu pandemic is over.
The Emergency Committee is waiting for the ons
The H1N1 swine flu virus may have been new to humanity in many ways but in one key feature its closest relative was the 1918 pandemic virus, researchers reported.
Their findings could point to better ways to design vaccines and help explai
Health experts will review the status of the H1N1 pandemic in a few weeks to decide whether it has peaked but it is already clear that it is less severe than previous outbreaks, the World Health Organisation said.
The WHO's emergency c