Has H1N1 Influenza Peaked? Experts to Debate Today

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News agency Reuters is reporting that influenza experts associated with the World Health Organization (WHO) will be convening today to discuss whether or not the H1N1 influenza pandemic has peaked and is now declining worldwide.

Reuters reports WHO spokesman Gregory Hartl as saying, “The main question will be to advise the WHO on whether we are still in phase 6 or whether we in effect have moved to what is called the post-peak period. The pandemic will not be declared over." To read the rest of the news item from Reuters, CLICK HERE.

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