Swine Flu Information
At least 90 cases have not been confirmed for the Swine flu virus. 150 people have died, and cases are rising. The Swine flu is a combination of the Avian flu, human influenza, and the Swine flu. There is no vaccine because it is difficult to fight a combination flu virus, and so far very few people have had the virus and have developed an immunity.
If the Swine flu spreads according to computer models, the Swine flu could spread throughout the United States in as little as a few months. When Tamiflu is used, the computer model shows infections are drastically decreased.
It seems that a combined effort including proactive measures such as good sanitation habits, taking tamiflu, and isolating infected individuals is the most effective approach to stopping the spread of the Swine Flu virus.