Mexico City Drops Emergency State over Flu
    2009-05-22 01:26:25     Xinhua      Web Editor: Xu Leiying
 
The Mexico City government announced early on Thursday its decision to drop the emergency state in the city, issued on April 23, as the number of deaths and confirmed cases of the A/H1N1 influenza has declined.

The city's infectious disease and health supervision committee on the same day lowered the alert level from yellow to a lower green, which means the comprehensive resumption of all kinds of normal economic and social activities in the city.

The committee said in a press release that the number of reported and confirmed cases of A/H1N1 had decreased in recent days all over Mexico, especially in the capital.

The committee said the last case of A/H1N1 in Mexico City was confirmed seven days ago.
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