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Deaths from California first found the a/h1n1 flu death toll is 19 people

the local health department officials announced a day morning, California has confirmed that two patients infected with influenza a (H1N1) has died. Two of the dead were from Los Angeles and SAN bernardino counties in southern California. At this point, the deaths will have 19 cases.

Los Angeles county public health director Jonathan Fielding confirmed this morning, the county has a poor health of middle-aged women's death, the end of may after inspection found that she was infected with influenza a (H1N1).

Fielding said, Los Angeles county each year about one thousand people die of ordinary flu patients, influenza a (H1N1) is not fearful than ordinary flu. At the end of may, the Los Angeles county one hundred and two confirmed a/H1N1 flu cases have been found.