Costa Rica H1N1 scare prompts call for vaccinations
H1N1 RISK AREAS
High risk areas for H1N1:Horquetas de Sarapiquí, Poás, Cartago, Acosta, Goicoechea, Paraíso, Aserrí, San Antonio de Desamparados, San Francisco de Dos Ríos, Guatuso, Turrialba, Los Chiles, Santa Rosa de Aguas Zarcas, Altos del Pacífico, Aguirre, Garabito, Esparza, Limón, Abangares and Nandayure.
Symptoms of the disease: difficulty breathing, chest pain, confusion or disorientation, hyperventilation.
Source: Costa Rican Social Security System
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