Advertisement Track Swine Flu on Google Maps by Om Malik Apr 26, 2009 - 7:21 PM CST 34 Comments Tweet Share Post Google Maps tracks the Swine Flu outbreaks across the World. Click on the image to see the map. Advertisement Advertisement 34 Comments sulumits retsambew June 4th, 2009 i hope my country save from this flu.. good article and keep posting thank you Chad Wagner May 4th, 2009 Hi guys, I found that site too and it was moved to another URL, can’t remember which… but even so, it’s still not “official” and is overwhelming. Not to diss it and self-promote, but I did a free website this weekend to fill the niche and I think it gives a simple view of the overall picture in each state :) http://www.trackswine.com/track-swine-flu.html Sara April 30th, 2009 better map: http://www.swinemap.org/ dissenter April 30th, 2009 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! tracker April 29th, 2009 heres another map http://sites.google.com/site/worldmapsproject/ candace shaver April 29th, 2009 to kelly do you know that it is sprending really fast candace shaver April 29th, 2009 it will soon be over with it will only take six months yes i know some may die but will make it candace shaver April 29th, 2009 yes its called swine flue hugahoodie April 28th, 2009 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. neoffer April 28th, 2009 I wonder when Google Maps will support “live” maps using Flash. Did you visit http://www.neoffer.com ? Jennifer April 27th, 2009 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? Coaster26 April 27th, 2009 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. jericho April 27th, 2009 Good to see that commerce keeps plowing along, and that entrepreneurs have reacted swiftly to this new opportunity to turn a profit. Flenix April 27th, 2009 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 Peter April 27th, 2009 Hey, Kelly.. Yes, there are a few. The best I think is Tamiflu (Oseltamivir) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oseltamivir Here in the UK you can get it at most local pharmacies. Also sometimes I buy from local UK online clinics, this is a good site to find real brand tamiflu from Roche http://www.pharmacy-reviews.co.uk Then there are also vaccines. Just ask your doctor. Satchmo Bevins April 27th, 2009 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…. Kelly April 27th, 2009 Are there any pills for this? david April 28th, 2009 any vacine will take about 6 months to produce, and since this epidemic has started their have been many deaths..so u do that math^_^ also the reasons it’s so deadly and so infection..well i just quote it “But the new flu strain is a combination of pig, bird and human viruses for which humans may have no natural immunity. ” http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090428/ap_on_he_me/med_swine_flu;_ylt=Alo79yh37PrGSf5EN_il2Mys0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTJlMDlyc2pwBGFzc2V0A2FwLzIwMDkwNDI4L21lZF9zd2luZV9mbHUEY3BvcwMxBHBvcwMyBHNlYwN5bl90b3Bfc3RvcnkEc2xrA3N3aW5lZmx1ZXBpZA– has alot of info on how where all gonna die, but go buy stuff at wallmart for the economy*rolls eyes* seroursly thou..invest in a facemask, u can get those at any painting supply store. viris is spread human to human so wash ur hands n cover your mouth candace shaver April 30th, 2009 there inventing one but it could take a while British Red Cross April 27th, 2009 Red Cross is ready to respond to swine flu Read more http://www.redcross.org.uk/news.asp?id=94489 moises April 27th, 2009 Here ther is another map with info by country http://www.up2maps.net/report/Memento/World/swine_flu_illness_posible_cases.html Eideard April 27th, 2009 The W.H.O. went to Phase 3 this weekend. I expect Phase 4 confirmed, this week and Phase 5 soon after. That only leaves Phase 6 – which everyone hopes never happens – full blown pandemic. http://tinyurl.com/cbm4wq Alice from NY April 26th, 2009 Just be proactive. I started carrying my Purell hand sanitizer and bought my family a Breath of Life Mask family pack. You can get one at http://www.ProactiveAndPrepared.com rick April 26th, 2009 This guy committed the cardinal sin of going about 13+ hours without an update yesterday, I say link to a map that is -actively- updated like http://tinyurl.com/swinemap or http://tinyurl.com/cm5j3e Roy Schwartz April 26th, 2009 You may also want to read: http://bit.ly/vaC5 Margaret Back April 26th, 2009 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 http://www.germywormy.com cluhendrix May 1st, 2009 I’ve been tracking the spread of this flu at the web site http://www.swineflutrackingmap.com They seem to have some good info, good maps, and tips about germs and staying healthy and such. Very plain site but it works for me. Comments are closed.