In the influenza death toll has exceeded since the disease in the global outbreak of 700 years in April, the World Health Organization (WHO) said Tuesday.
WHO, which has been declared June 11, said flu, which is in line with national health authorities to decide what kind of measures they should be to reduce the effects of the epidemic.
"Different countries will face different degrees of epidemics at different times. Therefore, depending on country-specific mitigation measures to consider how to adapt to their situation in individual countries," WHO spokesman Alphaluck Badiyase Victoria at a news conference.
World Health Organization said last week, theA/H1N1 flu spread at an unprecedented rate, and the further spread within countries affected by the new countries are considered to be inevitable.
To date, more than 130 countries and regions affected by the pandemic, many of them facing the sustainable development of social communication.
World Health Organization has proposed a large-scale epidemic in the country to stop through laboratory tests to confirm all cases, as "this strategy is to absorb most of the national laboratories and response capabilities to enable monitoring and serious cases and other special investigation of the incident almost no capability. "
UN agencies stressed the need to closely monitor unusual activities, such as severe or fatal cases of viral infection clusters, clusters of respiratory disease that requires hospitalization, or of unknown causes or severe or fatal cases of unusual clinical patterns associated.