Antigua Tests Negative for the Swine Flu

The sister island of Antigua had their very own swine flu scare.  However, all hype was called off -- the person was tested, and their test results came back negative.


Barbudan police officer visited the Mount St. John Medical Centre said he was coming down with flu-like symptoms, and as a precautionary measure he wanted to visit the doctor. 


Although the police officer's test came back negative, this would have been Antigua and Barbuda's third case of the Swine Flu virus. 


Since the outbreak of the H1N1 virus, over 90,000 cases have been confirmed in the 28 countries that make up the Americas. The Dominican Republic comes in at number one with 108 cases and two deaths, followed by Trinidad and Tobago with 25.