Spain confirms 1st swine flu case in Europe

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April 27, 2009 13:22

 
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Spain's Health Ministry confirmed the country's first case of swine flu and said another 17 people were suspected of having the disease. Health Minister Trinidad Jimenez says the confirmed case was found in a young man who had recently been in Mexico. Jimenez told a press conference Monday that the man was responding well to treatment and is not in serious condition. The minister said it was the first confirmed swine flu case in Europe.

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