Well, I tell you what . . . it's here, and it is going to spread, along with all the other diseases the South American children are bringing in, so get ready. Measles, rubella, mumps, super TB, etc, are just the tip of the iceberg.
At my hospital, we had 3 h1n1 deaths. It was kept all hush-hush. Two of the pts were from out of town, 1 was on a plane, and the other was driving thru. One pt had family all over the room, children all over the floor, all up on the bed, transferring the germs back to the waiting room, and back out onto an unsuspecting public, before we even got the official diagnosis.
This will not end well. Not trying to scare everybody, but I already know if I hear about a case in my city, I'm calling in sick to work.