Tourism Hit by Swine Flu: U.S. Warns on Mexico Travel

The U.S. is issuing an advisory urging Americans to avoid "unnecessary travel" to Mexico, where as many as 149 people have died of swine flu. There are roughly 4,000 flights per week between the U.S. and Mexico. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is issuing the advisory "out of an abundance of caution," acting CDC chief Richard Besser said at a press conference today. The European Union's health commissioner, meanwhile, appears to have irked U.S. officials by warning Europeans to...Full Story
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