NY1 At 20: 2009 Report Revisits H1N1 Outbreak In NYC
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In May of 2009, concerns about H1N1 - also known as swine flu - were sweeping the city. As we mark 20 years of New York 1, we take a look back at Molly Kroon's report on the outbreak from May 18, 2009. NY1 FOLLOW-UP:
According to an April 2010 report
, the H1N1 virus infected one million New Yorkers and caused nearly 100 deaths in a year's time. An August 2010 report
indicated that the World Health Organization declared the virus to be in a post-pandemic state.