a subtype of the type A influenza virus, with strains that give rise to seasonal epidemics, or sometimes pandemics, including a strain with swine, avian, and human genes responsible for swine flu.
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How to use H1N1 in a sentence
Just over a decade ago, Wolfe was part of his hospital’s committee that determined how to distribute scarce H1N1 vaccines during that outbreak, and knows doctors and patients can make compelling arguments for nearly every patient.Should Someone With Asthma Get a COVID-19 Vaccine Before Someone With Cancer? The Next Big Challenge in the Vaccine Rollout | Alice Park | February 10, 2021 | Time
Indeed, four epidemics — H1N1 influenza, SARS, MERS and Ebola — flared up during the past couple of decades alone, and new infectious agents are constantly evolving.The Hard Lessons of Modeling the Coronavirus Pandemic | Jordana Cepelewicz | January 28, 2021 | Quanta Magazine
Overly optimistic production forecasts turned out to be a major disappointment in the rollout of the H1N1 vaccine more than a decade ago, also leading to canceled appointments and widespread frustrations with the government’s messaging.How Operation Warp Speed Created Vaccination Chaos | by Caroline Chen, Isaac Arnsdorf and Ryan Gabrielson | January 19, 2021 | ProPublica
Lindstrom had created well-regarded tests for the flu, including the first test for H1N1 during that pandemic in 2009.CDC Shut Down a Lab Involved in Making Faulty Coronavirus Tests | by James Bandler, Patricia Callahan and Sebastian Rotella | January 8, 2021 | ProPublica
Barack Obama did the same in 2009 for the second H1N1 pandemic and in 2014 for the Ebola epidemic.The Man Who Saw the Pandemic Coming - Issue 94: Evolving | Kevin Berger | December 30, 2020 | Nautilus
In contrast, the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic infected 60 million Americans in just about the same five-month period of time.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently that an unaccompanied minor from Central America has the H1N1 flu.
It has not yet been confirmed that the children have the H1N1 virus, only that they have flu-like symptoms.
More than 60 million Americans developed infection from the novel H1N1 strain, an almost unbelievable number.
In 2009 nearly all influenza cases were caused by the pandemic H1N1 virus, driving the previously dominant H3N2 underground.Flu Fears: The Race Between Pandemic Viruses and a Universal Vaccine | John M. Barry | January 14, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST