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Children wear surgical masks at "Enrique Rebsamen" school in Oaxaca, Mexico, on September 25, 2009. Three cases of Influenza A (H1N1)  virus (swine flu) were confirmed in the school. Some 3,917 people have died from swine flu infections since the virus was uncovered in April, the World Health Organisation said Friday. This marks a jump of 431 deaths compared to a week ago when 3,486 deaths were recorded, said the UN health agency in its weekly data on the pandemic published on its website. The Americas region continued to post the highest number of fatal cases, at 2,948. AFP PHOTO/Juan Carlos REYES (Photo credit should read Juan Carlos REYES/AFP/Getty Images)
Children wear surgical masks at "Enrique Rebsamen" school in Oaxaca, Mexico, on September 25, 2009. Three cases of Influenza A (H1N1)  virus (swine flu) were confirmed in the school. Some 3,917 people have died from swine flu infections since the virus was uncovered in April, the World Health Organisation said Friday. This marks a jump of 431 deaths compared to a week ago when 3,486 deaths were recorded, said the UN health agency in its weekly data on the pandemic published on its website. The Americas region continued to post the highest number of fatal cases, at 2,948. AFP PHOTO/Juan Carlos REYES (Photo credit should read Juan Carlos REYES/AFP/Getty Images)

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