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    Posted: August 25 2016 at 8:32am
H1N1: Virus has killed 1,775 people this year in Brazil, according to ministry

Deaths were recorded until the 13th of August.
In 2009 pandemic caused 2,060 deaths over the entire year.


Influenza back to worry the country.

The most affected state was São Paulo, which had 737 deaths from H1N1, followed by Paraná, with 206 deaths and Rio Grande do Sul, with 182 deaths.

In the whole of last year, the country recorded 36 deaths from H1N1; in 2014, they had been 163 deaths and in 2013, 768 deaths by the virus.

In all, 9,635 notified cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) by influenza A / H1N1 over 2016. SARS is a complication of the flu. There was also 1,080 cases of SARS other types of influenza.

Apart from deaths by influenza A / H1N1, there were 169 deaths by other types of influenza.

This week, an Indian athlete who was at the Olympics in Rio was diagnosed with H1N1 after being admitted to a hospital in New Delhi, India.

Virus arrived ahead of schedule
This year, the virus has arrived earlier than expected, reaching a vulnerable population for not having the vaccine. According to the Ministry of Health, 49.9 million people have received flu vaccine this year, a figure that exceeded the target of immunizing 80% of the priority of the country audience.

Experts discuss several hypotheses that may explain the anticipation of the arrival of the virus, ranging from climatic factors to the increase in international travel that may have brought the H1N1 that circulated in the Northern Hemisphere. But there is no definitive explanation for the early arrival of the virus.
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