While it’s good that the virus seems to fairly mild right now, people shouldn’t let their guard down just yet.
Swine flu infections in Mexico and the US have peaked but could return with a vengeance in the autumn, senior health officials said yesterday.
Alan Johnson, the Health Secretary of Britain, said that the virus had been contained in Britain but he expected more infections later in the year. “Our evidence from all previous pandemics is that you get two phases,” he said. “You get a first wave that is often very mild and then you get a much more serious wave that comes along in the autumn and the winter,” he told The Andrew Marr Show on BBC One.
Below is a picture of several piglets dressed like baby tigers nursing from a real momma tiger, who seems to be pretty gullible.