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There is a great fear at Kisumu’s Alendu Primary School and surrounding areas where the 34 visiting British students from Nottingham University Medical School had toured, as they had played football and attended classes with the visitors.
It has been said (under the carpet) that 8 more Briton students tested positive for H1N1 virus making a total of 9.
Ministry of Public Health officials remained tight-lipped about the tests on Kenyan pupils and British students, but sources at the Kenya Medical Research Institute confirmed more people had tested positive.
Nottingham was declared a swine flu hot spot
At the same time, Uganda health authorities confirmed its first case of the disease. The victim had travelled from London to Kampala via Nairobi. It is not clear whether he had interacted with the public or not because government authority on its statement says he was detected at the Entebbe international airport on arrival and isolated.
However, now there is hoax email going on in Uganda about swine flu making people to panic dearly.
The country becomes the 11th African country to report the disease.
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