U.S. has 20 confirmed deaths from H1N1 flu

06/4/2009 | Reuters

CDC officials reported 20 deaths and more than 11,000 confirmed and probable cases tied to the H1N1 flu, but they caution that actual infections may be more than 100,000. Health experts are worried that the new flu strain could become more dangerous, perhaps later this year, and are working to stockpile antiviral drugs and create a vaccine.

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