Confirmed cases of SWINE FLU in the Philippines



As of July 1, 2009, there are 1,709 confirmed cases of Influenza A(H1N1) or Swine Flu in the Philippines.
All cases showed only mild symptoms and 1,485 or 86% of the cases have fully recovered. One swine flu death, however, was reported — a 49-year-old woman who had heart disease.
More details about the Swine Flu A(H1N1) symptoms, prevention, and treatment here.
List of the first confirmed cases of Swine Flu in the Philippines below.
Confirmed Cases of Swine Flu A(H1N1) in the Philippines

  1. Girl, 10 years old, Filipino, who traveled with family in the US and Canada (reported May 21)
  2. Woman, 50 years old, Filipino, arrived from Chicago in the US (May 25)
  3. Girl, 1 year old, Filipino, came from the US (May 27)
  4. Boy, 13 years old, Filipino, visited Hong Kong (May 27)
  5. Man, 55 years old, Filipino, no history of travel but attended a wedding in Zambales and came into contact with two Taiwanese guests confirmed to have swine flu after returning to Taiwan (May 27)
  6. Woman, 26 years old, Filipino, also present at the wedding (May 27)
  7. Woman, 24 years old, Filipino, also attended the wedding (May 28)
  8. Girl, 1 year old, Filipino, daughter of Case #7 (May 28)
  9. Man, 47 years old, Filipino, also present at the wedding (May 28)
  10. Boy, 13 years old, Foreigner, also attended the wedding (May 28)
  11. Woman, 42 years old, Filipino, also present at the wedding (May 30)
  12. Man, 20 years old, Filipino, also attended the wedding (May 30)
  13. Girl, 7 years old, Filipino, who returned from the US (May 30)
  14. Woman, 19 years old, Filipino, who also came from the US (May 30)
  15. Man, 51 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US (May 30)
  16. Man, 21 years old, Filipino, son of Case #15 who came from the US with his father (May 30)
  17. Woman, 40 years old, Filipino, present at the Zambales wedding (June 1)
  18. Man, 51 years old, Filipino, also present at the Zambales wedding (June 1)
  19. Man, 19 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US (June 1)
  20. Man, 45 years old, Filipino, came from the US (June 1)
  21. Woman, 39 years old, Filipino, common-law-wife of Case #20, also came from the US (June 1)
  22. Woman, 21 years old, Japanese, foreign exchange student at De La Salle University (DLSU) Taft, Manila (June 3)
  23. Man, 20 years old, Japanese, graduate student at DLSU, classmate and dorm-mate of Case #22 (June 4)
  24. Woman, 52 years old, Filipino, employee of Asian Development Bank (ADB) who returned from the US (June 4)
  25. Girl, 12 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US together with Cases #26 and #27 (June 4)
  26. Girl, 16 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US together with Cases #25 and #27 (June 4)
  27. Man, 18 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US together with Cases #25 and #26 (June 4)
  28. Man, 22 years old, Filipino, came from the US (June 4)
  29. Woman, 33 years old, Filipino, pregnant woman who came from the US (June 4)
  30. Man, 17 years old, Filipino, third case in DLSU, did not travel outside the Philippines and could not recall if he had contact with the two (2) confirmed DLSU cases (June 5)
  31. Woman, 29 years old, American citizen, came from the US (June 5)
  32. Girl, 7 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US (June 5)
  33. Girl, 9 years old, Filipino, sister of Case #32 who also came from the US (June 5)
  34. Man, 20 years old, Japanese, fourth confirmed DLSU case, no history of travel to swine flu-infected countries, like Cases #35, #36, and #37 (June 8)
  35. Man, 20 years old, Korean, fifth student of DLSU infected by the virus (June 8)
  36. Man, 16 years old, Filipino, also a student of DLSU, sixth case (June 8)
  37. Man, 22 years old, American, DLSU student, seventh confirmed case (June 8)
  38. Woman, 18 years old, Filipino, student of East Asia College of Far Eastern University in Manila, also with no history of travel to infected countries (June 8)
  39. Woman, 22 years old, Filipino, traveled to the US (June 8)
  40. Man, 18 years old, Filipino, history of travel under investigation (June 8)
  41. Boy, 12 years old, Filipino, came from the US (June 8)
  42. Girl, 14 years old, Filipino, traveled to Canada (June 8)
  43. Girl, 14 years old, Filipino, traveled to the US (June 8)
  44. Man, 18 years old, Filipino, arrived from the US (June 8)
  45. Man, 27 years old, Japanese, came from Japan (June 8)
  46. Man, 63 years old, Japanese, came from Japan (June 8) – END
  47. De la Salle University (DLSU) student, age and nationality unknown, eighth case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  48. Another DLSU student, age and nationality unknown, ninth case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  49. Another student, age and nationality unknown, 10th case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  50. Another student, age and nationality unknown, 11th case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  51. Another student, age and nationality unknown, 12th case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  52. Another student, age and nationality unknown, 13th case of swine flu in DLSU (June 9)
  53. DLSU – College of St. Benilde student, age and nationality unknown, first case of swine flu in CSB
  54. Another patient, details not provided by DOH
  55. Boy, age and nationality unknown, high school student of Ateneo de Manila University (June 9)
  56. Boy, age and nationality unknown, high school student, 2nd case of swine flu in Ateneo de Manila (June 9)
  57. Boy, age and nationality unknown, high school student, 3rd case of swine flu in Ateneo de Manila (June 9)

Health Secretary Francisco Duque III said 86% or 1,485 cases have fully recovered while the remaining 224 were still being treated, most of them under home management.
Of the total cases, 92% are Filipinos while the rest are foreigners, mostly from the United States (17 cases), Japan (8), China (4), Korea (3), Germany (2) and one each from Australia, Canada, India, Iran, Lebanon, Sweden, Thailand and Turkey.
About 17% or 285 cases have traveled to countries with A(H1N) cases such as the US, China, Japan and Singapore.
Source: News articles from Inquirer.net and GMANews.tv
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