The World Health Organization said Wednesday that 444 new cases of swine flu and three more deaths had been reported around the world.
The global body said Bahrain and Singapore became the latest countries to report cases, bringing the total to 48.
WHO said 367 of the new cases and all three deaths were reported by Mexico.
The agency's global tally stood at 13,398 laboratory-confirmed cases and 95 deaths Wednesday.
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