Canada’s first “rare” swine flu case On Wednesday, local time, health officials in Alberta
Canada issued a notice stating that the province confirmed a super rare case of influenza last month.
Which is a variant of the influenza A virus (H1N2), usually through contact with infected pigs.
This rare case was discovered in central Alberta and is the first in Canadian history.
At present, the spread of the “rare” flu is limited to one patient.
Alberta, the federal public health department and agricultural experts will cooperate
in an investigation to determine the source of the virus and confirm that it has not spread.
Canada’s chief health official said that the case is the 27th confirmed worldwide since 2005.