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As the number of suspected and confirmed swine flu cases continued to rise around the world, health officials announced new measures to contain the outbreak.

By Tuesday, the swine flu outbreak in Mexico was suspected in 159 deaths and roughly 2,500 illnesses, Mexican health officials said.

So far, the World Health Organization says at least 104 cases have been confirmed worldwide, including 64 in the United States; 26 in Mexico; six in Canada; three in New Zealand; two each in Spain, the United Kingdom and Israel. Read full article »

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