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RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSG 
February 04, 2016 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk... 
Divnogorsk, Russia 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk... 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSF 
February 04, 2016 
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and children wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin... 
Divnogorsk, Russia 
Teacher and children wear face masks during a math lesson in Divnogorsk 
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and children wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSE 
February 04, 2016 
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin... 
Divnogorsk, Russia 
A teacher and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town... 
Teacher Anastasiya Trifonova and a girl wear face masks during a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSC 
February 04, 2016 
Teacher Yelena Bogdanova (C) wearing a face mask conducts a literature lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school... 
Divnogorsk, Russia 
A view of class during a literature lesson in Divnogorsk 
Teacher Yelena Bogdanova (C) wearing a face mask conducts a literature lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX25GSB 
February 04, 2016 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk... 
Divnogorsk, Russia 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk... 
Children wearing face masks attend a mathematics lesson at the Yuri Gagarin school in the town of Divnogorsk near Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Russia, February 4, 2016. Regional authorities have instructed employees of nursery and educational institutions to wear face masks as a prevention against the spread of swine flu, an epidemic which has swept the Russian regions, causing the death of over 100 people, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX24G88 
January 28, 2016 
A woman wearing a face mask gets out of a train on the subway in Moscow, Russia, January 28, 2016. Over... 
Moscow, Russia 
Woman wearing face mask gets out of train on subway in Moscow 
A woman wearing a face mask gets out of a train on the subway in Moscow, Russia, January 28, 2016. Over 100 people have died of swine flu in Russia since December according to data from the country's regional health authorities, local media reported. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev 
RUSSIA-HEALTH/
RTX24FY9 
January 28, 2016 
A woman wearing a face mask is seen inside a train on the subway in Moscow, Russia, January 28, 2016.... 
Moscow, Russia 
Woman wearing face mask is seen inside train on subway in Moscow 
A woman wearing a face mask is seen inside a train on the subway in Moscow, Russia, January 28, 2016. Over 100 people have died of swine flu in Russia since December according to data from the country's regional health authorities, local media reported. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev 
INDIA-HEALTH/SWINEFLU
RTR4RQVS 
March 02, 2015 
Students and a teacher (C) wear protective masks during a class at a school in the western Indian city... 
Ahmedabad, India 
Students and a teacher wear protective masks during a class at a school in Ahmedabad 
Students and a teacher (C) wear protective masks during a class at a school in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad March 2, 2015. India has seen a sharp rise in the number of swine flu deaths and reported cases this year, prompting officials to investigate the cause and step up efforts to combat the virus. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH SOCIETY) 
VACCINE-GSK/NARCOLEPSY
RTR3EJFA 
March 04, 2013 
Bottles of adjuvants for use with the Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine are seen lined up during a vaccination... 
SCHIEDAM, Netherlands 
File photo of bottles of adjuvants for use with the Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine lined up during a vaccination... 
Bottles of adjuvants for use with the Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine are seen lined up during a vaccination programme in Schiedam in this November 23, 2009 file photo. Picture taken November 23, 2009 REUTERS/Jerry Lampen/Files (NETHERLANDS - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
Health
Health 
Narcolepsy Possibly Linked to Swine Flu Vaccine - 22 Jan 2013 
15 PICTURES 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7V 
January 22, 2013 
Director for health and social care at the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions Goran... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Director for health and social care at the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions Goran... 
Director for health and social care at the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions Goran Stiernstedt gestures during an interview with Reuters in Stockholm January 17, 2013. Stiernstedt has spent many difficult hours going over what happened in his country during the swine flu pandemic, wondering if things should have been different. Finland, Norway, Ireland and France have seen spikes in narcolepsy cases in around 800 children after being immunised with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline in 2009 and people familiar with the results of a soon-to-be-published study in Britain have told Reuters it will show a similar pattern in children there. Picture taken January 17, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7T 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as she watches television in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as she watches television in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as she watches television in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7S 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson (R) her mother Marie (L) and her father Charles sit in their living room in Stockholm January... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson her mother Marie and her father Charles sit in their living room in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson (R) her mother Marie (L) and her father Charles sit in their living room in Stockholm January 17, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 17, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7N 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson sleeps during daytime in Stockholm January 20, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson sleeps during daytime in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson sleeps during daytime in Stockholm January 20, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 20, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7M 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson applies her makeup in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson applies her makeup in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson applies her makeup in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7L 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson (R), her brother Andreas (L), father Charles (top L) and mother Marie eat dinner in Stockholm... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson, her brother Andreas, father Charles and mother Marie eat dinner in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson (R), her brother Andreas (L), father Charles (top L) and mother Marie eat dinner in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7K 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson watches television in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson watches television in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson watches television in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7J 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson (R) and her mother Marie play with rabbit Stampe in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson and her mother Marie play with rabbit Stampe in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson (R) and her mother Marie play with rabbit Stampe in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7I 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson practices during a dance lesson in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson practices during a dance lesson in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson practices during a dance lesson in Stockholm January 19, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 19, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7G 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as he watches television in her apartment in Stockholm, January 17, 2013.... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as he watches television in her apartment in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson falls asleep as he watches television in her apartment in Stockholm, January 17, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 17, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX
RTR3CS7E 
January 22, 2013 
Emelie Olsson shows her paintings in Stockholm January 17, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children... 
Stockholm, Sweden 
Emelie Olsson shows her paintings in Stockholm 
Emelie Olsson shows her paintings in Stockholm January 17, 2013. Emelie is one of around 800 children in Sweden and elsewhere in Europe who developed narcolepsy, an incurable sleep disorder, after being immunised in 2009 with the Pandemrix H1N1 swine flu vaccine made by British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline. Picture taken January 17, 2013. To match insight NARCOLEPSY-VACCINE/PANDEMRIX. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins (SWEDEN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR2Z4GA 
March 10, 2012 
Medical staff members wearing protective masks transport a patient at San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala... 
Guatemala City, Mexico 
Medical staff members wearing protective masks transport a patient at San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala... 
Medical staff members wearing protective masks transport a patient at San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City March 9, 2012. Two deaths attributed to the Influenza A H1N1 virus, one at the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the other at the Roosevelt Hospital, have been reported by the Health System of Guatemala. Two more people suspected of having caught the virus have been placed under observation. Two thousand doses of Tamiflu are expected from Venezuela to combat this medical emergency. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR2Z4FN 
March 10, 2012 
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala... 
Guatemala City, Mexico 
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala... 
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City March 9, 2012. Two deaths attributed to the Influenza A H1N1 virus, one at the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the other at the Roosevelt Hospital, have been reported by the Health System of Guatemala. Two more people suspected of having caught the virus have been placed under observation. Two thousand doses of Tamiflu are expected from Venezuela to combat this medical emergency.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR2Z4FI 
March 10, 2012 
A doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala... 
Guatemala City, Mexico 
Doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City... 
A doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City March 9, 2012. Two deaths attributed to the Influenza A H1N1 virus, one at the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the other at the Roosevelt Hospital, were reported by the Health System of Guatemala. Two more people suspected of having caught the virus have been placed under observation. Two thousand doses of Tamiflu are expected from Venezuela to combat this medical emergency.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTR2KKGL 
March 29, 2011 
A nurse prepares a vaccine against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas March 29, 2011.... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A nurse prepares a vaccine against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas 
A nurse prepares a vaccine against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas March 29, 2011. There are 415 reported cases of swine flu in people across the country, Venezuela's Health Minister Eugenia Sader said on Monday. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTR2KKG1 
March 29, 2011 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas... 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas March 29, 2011. There are 415 reported cases of swine flu in people across the country, Venezuela's Health Minister Eugenia Sader said on Monday. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH) 
VENEZUELA/
RTR2KKFT 
March 29, 2011 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas... 
Caracas, Venezuela 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas... 
A child reacts as he receives a vaccination against the influenza A (H1N1) virus, or swine flu, in Caracas March 29, 2011. There are 415 reported cases of swine flu in people across the country, Venezuela's Health Minister Eugenia Sader said on Monday. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
Influenza A
Influenza A 
H1N1 Declared Over - 11 Aug 2010 
60 PICTURES 
G20/PROTEST
RTR2FQ9X 
June 25, 2010 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam is given a bottle of water by unidentified RCMP constable at the corner of... 
Toronto, Canada 
Protestor Abdul Adam at the main entranceway to G20 Summit in Toronto 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam is given a bottle of water by unidentified RCMP constable at the corner of Simcoe and Front street, main entranceway to the G20 Summit site in Toronto June 25, 2010. Adam was protesting against the adverse affects of swine flu vaccine on humanity. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
G20/PROTEST
RTR2FQ9N 
June 25, 2010 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front streets, main entranceway to the... 
Toronto, Canada 
Protestor Abdul Adam at the main entranceway to G20 Summit in Toronto 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front streets, main entranceway to the G20 Summit site at the Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto June 25, 2010. Adam was protesting against the adverse affects of swine flu vaccine on humanity. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
G20/PROTEST
RTR2FQ92 
June 25, 2010 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front street, main entranceway to the G20... 
Toronto, Canada 
Protestor Abdul Adam at the main entranceway to G20 Summit in Toronto 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front street, main entranceway to the G20 Summit site at the Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto June 25, 2010. Adam was protesting against the adverse affects of swine flu vaccine on humanity. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
G20/PROTEST
RTR2FQ8Y 
June 25, 2010 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front streets, main entranceway to the... 
Toronto, Canada 
Protestor Abdul Adam at the main entranceway to G20 Summit in Toronto 
Lone protestor Abdul Adam holds down the corner of Simcoe and Front streets, main entranceway to the G20 Summit site at the Toronto Convention Centre in Toronto June 25, 2010. Adam was protesting against the adverse affects of swine flu vaccine on humanity. REUTERS/Fred Thornhill (CANADA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXS60E 
April 26, 2010 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
Manila, Philippines 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila April 26, 2010. At least 1.9 million doses of Influenza A (H1N1) vaccines donated by the World Health Organization (WHO) will be used to vaccinate more than 36,000 health workers, as part of the country's response to the pandemic which WHO said has killed more 17,000 people in 213 countries, according to the health department. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: HEALTH) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXS60D 
April 26, 2010 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
Manila, Philippines 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
A health worker gets an Influenza A H1N1 vaccination shot inside a Department of Health (DOH) office in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila April 26, 2010. At least 1.9 million doses of Influenza A (H1N1) vaccines donated by the World Health Organization (WHO) will be used to vaccinate more than 36,000 health workers, as part of the country's response to the pandemic which WHO said has killed more 17,000 people in 213 countries, according to the health department. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: HEALTH) 
PHILIPPINES/
RTXS60A 
April 26, 2010 
A health worker gets a single dose of Influenza A H1N1 vaccine inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
Manila, Philippines 
A health worker gets a single dose of Influenza A H1N1 vaccine inside a Department of Health (DOH) office... 
A health worker gets a single dose of Influenza A H1N1 vaccine inside a Department of Health (DOH) office in Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila April 26, 2010. At least 1.9 million doses of Influenza A (H1N1) vaccines donated by the World Health Organization (WHO) will be used to vaccinate more than 36,000 health workers, as part of the country's response to the pandemic which WHO said has killed more 17,000 people in 213 countries, according to the health department. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: HEALTH) 
CHILE/
RTR2CS8X 
April 13, 2010 
A health worker prepares a H1N1 flu vaccine during a health operation for victims of the February 27... 
PENCO, Chile 
A health worker prepares H1N1 flu vaccine at a camp in Penco town 
A health worker prepares a H1N1 flu vaccine during a health operation for victims of the February 27 earthquake, at a camp in Penco town April 13, 2010. REUTERS/Jose Luis Saavedra (CHILE - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER) 
MEXICO-DRUGS/TOURISM
RTR2CRT3 
April 13, 2010 
A pair of slippers is seen on a beach chair in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A pair of slippers is seen on a beach chair in Cancun 
A pair of slippers is seen on a beach chair in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading to beaches and colonial towns are driving away tourists and threatening Mexico's crucial tourism industry, already battered by last year's swine flu outbreak. Gory news reports of daily shootouts between drug cartel hitmen are fueling concerns among North Americans and Europeans that Mexico is increasingly unsafe, even if most of the violence is along the U.S. border, far from top tourist areas. REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-DRUGS/TOURISM
RTR2CRSU 
April 13, 2010 
A tourist couple relax on beach chairs in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading to... 
Cancun, Mexico 
A tourist couple relax on beach chairs in Cancun 
A tourist couple relax on beach chairs in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading to beaches and colonial towns are driving away tourists and threatening Mexico's crucial tourism industry, already battered by last year's swine flu outbreak. International arrivals to the popular Caribbean resort of Cancun fell 4 percent in the same period, according to airport operator Asur. REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
MEXICO-DRUGS/TOURISM
RTR2CRSJ 
April 13, 2010 
A tourist walks past empty beach chairs in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading to... 
Cancun, Mexico 
Tourist walks past empty beach chairs in Cancun 
A tourist walks past empty beach chairs in Cancun April 13, 2010. Fears of drug violence spreading to beaches and colonial towns are driving away tourists and threatening Mexico's crucial tourism industry, already battered by last year's swine flu outbreak. International arrivals to the popular Caribbean resort of Cancun fell 4 percent in the same period, according to airport operator Asur. REUTERS/Gerardo Garcia (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TRAVEL BUSINESS) 
RUSSIA/
RTR2C1TN 
March 25, 2010 
A police officer prepares to receive a H1N1 flu vaccine injection at a patrol police station in the Siberian... 
Krasnoyarsk, Russia 
Police officer prepares to receive H1N1 flu vaccine injection at patrol police station in Siberian city... 
A police officer prepares to receive a H1N1 flu vaccine injection at a patrol police station in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk March 25, 2010. Local authorities launched a vaccination campaign against the H1N1 flu among Interior Ministry members, local media reported. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: HEALTH MILITARY) 
HONDURAS
RTR2BZP1 
March 23, 2010 
A nurse prepares a H1N1 influenza vaccine during the start of a campaign against the influenza at a hospital... 
Tegucigalpa, Honduras 
A nurse prepares a H1N1 influenza vaccine during the start of a campaign against the influenza at a hospital... 
A nurse prepares a H1N1 influenza vaccine during the start of a campaign against the influenza at a hospital in Tegucigalpa March 23, 2010. There have been 18 deaths since the arrival of the virus in the country, according to Honduras Ministry of Health. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS - Tags: HEALTH) 
MEXICO-FLU/
RTR292TF 
January 19, 2010 
A man receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico January 19, 2010. The... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A man receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico 
A man receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico January 19, 2010. The service, provided by the Ministry of Health, is a government initiative offering free vaccinations against swine flu at all subway stations. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
MEXICO-FLU/
RTR292TD 
January 19, 2010 
A child receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico January 19, 2010.... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A child receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico 
A child receives a vaccination against the H1N1 virus at a subway station in Mexico January 19, 2010. The service, provided by the Ministry of Health, is a government initiative offering free vaccinations against swine flu at all subway stations. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
THAILAND/
RTR28QOZ 
January 11, 2010 
A woman receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical staff at a hospital in Nonthaburi province,... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
A woman receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical staff at a hospital in Nonthaburi province... 
A woman receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical staff at a hospital in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok January 11, 2010. Thailand started the H1N1 vaccination programme on Monday to combat the deadly virus which killed 192 people in the country. Some two million doses of the vaccine were imported from France to be handed out to high-risk groups during the programme, health officials said. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH) 
THAILAND/
RTR28QOU 
January 11, 2010 
Boonya Klaer-orm, 25, who is 8 months pregnant, receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical... 
Nonthaburi, Thailand 
Boonya, who is 8 months pregnant, receives H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from medical staff at hospital... 
Boonya Klaer-orm, 25, who is 8 months pregnant, receives a H1N1 influenza vaccine shot from a medical staff at a hospital in Nonthaburi province, on the outskirts of Bangkok January 11, 2010. Thailand started the H1N1 vaccination programme on Monday to combat the deadly virus which killed 192 people in the country. Some two million doses of the vaccine were imported from France to be handed out to high-risk groups during the programme, health officials said. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND - Tags: HEALTH) 
RTR28FAN 
December 30, 2009 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few... 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few species considered high risk carriers of H5N1 virus. Previously transmitted on 27/02/2006 
RTR28FAM 
December 30, 2009 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few... 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION C 
EUROPE BIRDMIGRATION - Illustration and map showing worldwide migration of birds, highlighting a few species considered high risk carriers of H5N1 virus. Previously transmitted on 27/02/2006 
ALGERIA/
RTR28EYN 
December 29, 2009 
A medical assistant prepares a H1N1 flu shot at the Health Ministry in Algiers December 29, 2009. Algeria... 
Algiers, Algeria 
A medical assistant prepares a H1N1 flu shot at the Health Ministry in Algiers 
A medical assistant prepares a H1N1 flu shot at the Health Ministry in Algiers December 29, 2009. Algeria starts a vaccination programme for workers considered most at risk on Wednesday. REUTERS/Louafi Larbi(Algeria - Tags: HEALTH) 
THAILAND
RTXRYPJ 
December 18, 2009 
Pratap Singsivanondha, Dean of Faculty of Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University, demonstrates the use... 
Bangkok, Thailand 
Pratap, Dean of Faculty of Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University, demonstrates the use of a new nasal... 
Pratap Singsivanondha, Dean of Faculty of Tropical Medicine at Mahidol University, demonstrates the use of a new nasal spray swine flu vaccine during a news conference in Bangkok December 18, 2009. A trial of Thailand's first locally produced swine flu vaccine will begin with 24 people. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: EDUCATION HEALTH) 
SERBIA/
RTXRXUF 
December 17, 2009 
A medical assistant holds up a H1N1 flu vaccine at a hospital in Belgrade December 17, 2009. Serbia on... 
Belgrade, Serbia 
A medical assistant holds up a H1N1 flu vaccine at a hospital in Belgrade 
A medical assistant holds up a H1N1 flu vaccine at a hospital in Belgrade December 17, 2009. Serbia on Thursday started a vaccination programme for patients and workers most at risk. REUTERS/Djordje Kojadinovic (SERBIA - Tags: HEALTH) 
CHINA
RTXRXLY 
December 17, 2009 
A Chinese journalist photographs packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese journalist photographs packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate... 
A Chinese journalist photographs packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate the symptoms of H1N1 influenza, also known as swine flu, at the official launch in Beijing December 17, 2009. Traditional Chinese medicines are offering their treatments as an alternative to vaccinations and facial masks in an effort to combat H1N1, with Chinese officials announcing last week that the vaccination campaign against H1N1 is not proceeding as fast as it should be because people are needlessly worried about the safety of the vaccine and as a result, the campaign seems to be floundering as the country heads into winter ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in February, when millions of people travel back to their home towns -- potentially taking flu with them. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CHINA
RTXRXLP 
December 17, 2009 
A worker in the herbal medicine department of the Beijing University Hospital of Chinese Medicine, weighs... 
Beijing, China 
A worker in the herbal medicine department of the Beijing University Hospital of Chinese Medicine, weighs... 
A worker in the herbal medicine department of the Beijing University Hospital of Chinese Medicine, weighs and then mixes herbs for packaging December 17, 2009. Traditional Chinese medicines are offering their treatments as an alternative to vaccinations and facial masks in an effort to combat H1N1, with Chinese officials announcing last week that the vaccination campaign against H1N1 is not proceeding as fast as it should be because people are needlessly worried about the safety of the vaccine. As a result, the campaign seems to be floundering as the country heads into winter ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in February, when millions of people travel back to their home towns -- potentially taking flu with them. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CHINA
RTXRXLH 
December 17, 2009 
A Chinese television cameraman films packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese television cameraman films packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate... 
A Chinese television cameraman films packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate the symptoms of H1N1 influenza, also known as swine flu, at the official launch in Beijing December 17, 2009. Traditional Chinese medicines are offering their treatments as an alternative to vaccinations and facial masks in an effort to combat H1N1, with Chinese officials announcing last week that the vaccination campaign against H1N1 is not proceeding as fast as it should be because people are needlessly worried about the safety of the vaccine. As a result, the campaign seems to be floundering as the country heads into winter ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in February, when millions of people travel back to their home towns -- potentially taking flu with them. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
CHINA
RTXRXLF 
December 17, 2009 
Packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate the symptoms of H1N1 influenza,... 
Beijing, China 
Packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate the symptoms of H1N1 influenza,... 
Packets and vials of a Chinese herbal medicine claiming to alleviate the symptoms of H1N1 influenza, also known as swine flu, can be seen on display at the official launch in Beijing December 17, 2009. Traditional Chinese medicines are offering their treatments as an alternative to vaccinations and facial masks in an effort to combat H1N1, with Chinese officials announcing last week that the vaccination campaign against H1N1 is not proceeding as fast as it should be because people are needlessly worried about the safety of the vaccine. As a result, the campaign seems to be floundering as the country heads into winter ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday in February, when millions of people travel back to their home towns -- potentially taking flu with them. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY) 
USA-HEALTHCARE/GEISINGER
RTXRLH3 
December 08, 2009 
A sign-in station for H1N1 flu inoculation is seen at the Geisinger Health System campus in Danville,... 
Danville, UNITED STATES 
To match special report USA-HEALTHCARE/GEISINGER 
A sign-in station for H1N1 flu inoculation is seen at the Geisinger Health System campus in Danville, Pennsylvania October 28, 2009. Based in central Pennsylvania, a rural region once dominated by coal mining, the Geisinger system has recently earned a reputation for high-quality care at a lower-than-average cost. The White House refers to it as an "island of excellence" in the nation's murky healthcare waters. Picture taken October 28, 2009. To match special report USA-HEALTHCARE/GEISINGER REUTERS/Brad Bower (UNITED STATES HEALTH BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
FLU/PALESTINIANS-GAZA
RTXRJIC 
December 06, 2009 
Palestinian doctors wear face masks at the reception of al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 6, 2009.... 
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian doctors wear medical masks at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza 
Palestinian doctors wear face masks at the reception of al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City December 6, 2009. H1N1 swine flu has finally reached the Gaza Strip, the health ministry said on Sunday, worrying Palestinians who had credited Israel's blockade of the territory with keeping the virus at bay. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA POLITICS HEALTH) 
FLU/PALESTINIANS-GAZA
RTXRJHX 
December 06, 2009 
A Palestinian hospital worker wears a face mask at Kamal Odwan hospital in the northern Gaza Strip December... 
Gaza, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian hospital worker wears mask in northern Gaza 
A Palestinian hospital worker wears a face mask at Kamal Odwan hospital in the northern Gaza Strip December 6, 2009. H1N1 swine flu has finally reached the Gaza Strip, the health ministry said on Sunday, worrying Palestinians who had credited Israel's blockade of the territory with keeping the virus at bay. REUTERS/Ismail Zaydah (GAZA HEALTH POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
The Haj
The Haj 
Concerns Over H1N1 Virus - 30 Nov 2009 
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FLU/WHO
RTXR465 
November 25, 2009 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway carriage in Vienna November 25, 2009. The pandemic virus... 
Vienna, Austria 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway waggon in Vienna 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway carriage in Vienna November 25, 2009. The pandemic virus H1N1, a mixture of swine, bird and human viruses, has killed at least 6,770 people globally, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Most people suffer mild symptoms such as aches or fever, but recover without special treatment, it says. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH) 
FLU/WHO
RTXR461 
November 25, 2009 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway carriage in Vienna November 25, 2009. The pandemic virus... 
Vienna, Austria 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway waggon in Vienna 
A woman disinfects the interior of a subway carriage in Vienna November 25, 2009. The pandemic virus H1N1, a mixture of swine, bird and human viruses, has killed at least 6,770 people globally, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). Most people suffer mild symptoms such as aches or fever, but recover without special treatment, it says. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA - Tags: HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
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