This is an unbelievable headline, but this is typical Chinese behavior with DONALD TSANG fully supporting this. Mr. Tsang, SWINE (H1N1) FLU CAN BE ASSOCIATED WITH MEXICO BUT NOT ALL MEXICANS HAVE SWINE FLU. You should be smart enough to figure that out. It's just like not all Hong Kong or CHINESE people had SARS back in 2003. Again do what's right instead of arbirtrarily and blindly supporting one country even if it's your own country. Even your country has the potential to make mistakes.
A few days ago the Mexicans came home safe and sound just in time for Mother's Day. I like Germany's plan to add a doctor to each flight to and from Mexico.
Authorities have admitted they may have gotten it wrong,but I guess they decided better safe than sorry.
My view is that different flu strains are showing up almost every year ,and Im beginning to think that the strains have developed a way to overcome the effects of some anti-bioctics.
Perhaps if we as human beings were not so obscessed with instant cures for every ailment we just may not have made our bodies resistant to newer ( now stronger) bacteria.
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