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H1N1 virus constitutes no danger for Georgia – Ministry of Health2011-01-14 14:27
Head of Georgian National Disease Control Center Nata Avaliani believes that the H1N1 virus constitutes no danger for the country's population.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"The indicators recorded by the Disease Control Center give no reason for panicking; however, preventive measures should be taken anyway", - Avaliani is cited by Novosti-Georgia.
She also reminded of one lethal outcome recorded in Georgia a while ago in the context of catching H1N1.
In all, in the period of July 2009 - November 2010, 31 people died in Georgia, while the total number of the diseased was 1,279 people.