SWINE flu is on the wane, with government figures confirming yesterday that in the Balearics there are currently only 6.51 cases per 100'000 head of population.

Across the country as a whole, the average of 37 cases per 100'000 head of population is very far removed from the 372.7 cases which were registered in the middle of November last year. Levels are low everywhere in Spain, said the government report except for in the Canary Islands where the rate is described as “moderate.” It is only children aged four and under where there has been no significant reduction in the numbers contracting the H1N1 virus.

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