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Google Maps tracks the Swine Flu outbreaks across the World. Click on the image to see the map.

34 Responses to “Track Swine Flu on Google Maps”

  1. dissenter

    Has anybody noticed that not a single communist country has reported the number of people affected in their nations? Evidently they want the rest of the world to believe theirs is the “perfect” system!

  2. hugahoodie

    I’m ignorant. Is this strain of flu inherently more deadly than the ‘standard’ flu I got a couple of years ago in the UK? I was ill but I never felt my life was in danger.

  3. Jennifer

    I am curious to know if the FEMA camps are somehow related to preparing for quarantining large infected populations.. isn’t that what FEMA is all about?

  4. Coaster26

    Well, who wold you expect to react if not an entrepreneur? People seem to forget that many of our best inventions came about when the chips were down, and they couple this with thinking that if someone gets paid for a job, then it MUST be a bad thing. Inventors gotta eat too. Unfortunately, long gone are the days where humanity could subsist off the good wishes and pleasant thoughts of their fellows.

  5. to Peter

    I read on another site earlier that Tamiflu is not effective against the standard Flu in circulation, and if the two flu’s exchange genes then it will become ineffective against this to, so you want to be using any other ones you can really

  6. Satchmo Bevins

    Has anyone come up with a name for this flu yet?

    Something marketable would be good, or something nice & short that you could use in place of “excuse me”.

    Just saying….

  7. As Swine Flu is spread by human to human contact, it becomes imperative to educate children on how germs are spread.

    Germy Wormy Germ Smart for Kids educates and entertains kids while teaching them how to NOT spread germs.

    Please pass along to anyone who has young children and is concerned about the spread of the Swine Flu