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The number of confirmed cases of the H1N1 virus has jumped nearly 30 percent with 331 people being infected so far, the World Health Organization said Friday.

The WHO added that the virus had spread to 11 countries, but the hardest hit areas were in the western hemisphere.

"We have not seen sustained human to human transmission anywhere outside the Americas region," said WHO spokesman Thomas Abraham. Read full article »

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