The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP
The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP
Canada

Canada’s first case of rare H1N2 swine flu strain found in a human

  • Officials said the case, detected in Alberta, appears to be isolated and the patient was tested and then quickly recovered
  • Since 2005 only 27 cases worldwide have been reported of people infected with the H1N2

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The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP
The H1N2 strain is not transmissible to humans by eating pork or other pig products. Photo: AFP
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