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Costa Rica health officials confirm 2 new cases of H1N1 flu virus

The director of San Carlos Hospital in northern Costa Rica, Edgar Carrillo Rojas, on Monday confirmed that doctors are treating two patients diagnosed with the H1N1 flu virus.

Vaccination campaign against influenza to start this month at public hospitals

The vaccination campaign will run at all Caja public hospitals and community clinics, or EBAIS, from April 27 to May 30.

Vaccination against influenza starts next month in Costa Rica

This year the Caja will use the vaccine produced for the southern hemisphere, rather than the one produced for the northern hemisphere. Authorities hope the change will protect more Costa Ricans against getting the flu.

It’s respiratory virus season, cautions National Children’s Hospital

Doctors of the National Children's Hospital (HNN) called on the population to extreme preventive measures, aimed at reducing transmission of respiratory diseases.

Get your flu vaccinations here!

Costa Rica kicks off its flu vaccination campaign in public hospitals and clinics on Monday, a day early.

Costa Rican health officials alarmed at spike in respiratory illnesses

At nearly full capacity, the National Children's Hospital in San José has declared a state of emergency.

Costa Rican health officials confirm eight deaths from AH1N1 virus

Another 19 people died from respiratory viruses this year.

Annual vaccination against influenza begins early

Adults older than 65 are the most vulnerable population.

Caja distributes influenza vaccine

5,000 Caja employees will carry out the campaign all over the country.

Caja to distribute flu vaccines next week

Vaccine protects against two influenza A strains and one influenza B strain.

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