H1N1 Flu Tracker — Stay Up to Date
THERE ARE an assortment of ways to track the H1N1 Swine Flu outbreaks, both in the U.S. and world wide.
In the U.S. the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention tracks cases on a regional level. Its interactive map segments the U.S. into ten regions and keeps up to date with the number of cases per region.
Then, naturally, there’s Google Maps — in this case technology provided by Rhiza Labs and Google. You can get whichever part of the world you want. Check it out the here.
One primary benefit of knowing the number of people contracting this flu in your neck of the woods is to judge when to take extra precautions, whether it be staying away from crowds, washing your hands a lot, increasing your immune enhancement supplements, or getting vaccinated.