While swine flu is over in parts of India, that doesn't mean an end to the disease.
The World Health Organization has declared swine flu over in parts of India.
The Times of India today reported:
With not a single case of H1N1 Influenza getting reported over the last three months in Andhra Pradesh, city doctors are speculating if the local population has developed natural immunity to the deadly virus.\n
What a difference one year makes in India. But the virus is still being reported in other regions of India and also in the U.K. and now across the Middle East with fresh outbreaks reported today in Syria, Egypt and the UAE.