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This 2009 Centers For Disease Control and Prevention handout image taken through a microscope, shows a negative-stained image of the swine flu virus H1N1 strain. Cases of swine fever were reported in all corners of the globe April 28, 2009 as authorities were divided in their efforts to prevent the outbreak of the deadly virus from becoming a worldwide pandemic. After the death toll in the outbreak’s epicentre Mexico climbed to 152 and the number known to be infected in the United States rose to 64, authorities in Europe, the Middle East and Asia all reported cases on their patch. While the United Nations’ World Health Organization (WHO) said it was still not inevitable that the outbreak would turn into a pandemic, other scientists said it may have already passed that point. AFP PHOTO/CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION/C. S. Goldsmith and A. Balish/HANDOUT/RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE =GETTY OUT=

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