First German Case of the Swine Flu Confirmed

As the rest of the world catches the flu, medical officials are trying their best to prevent the flu from getting to their country.  Germany was not so successful in it efforts,  German medical officials just confirmed their first case of the swine flu.


Europe had been doing a sufficient job in preventing the flu from hitting its continent; Germany is only the third European continent to diagnose a citizen. 


As the news reached government officials, they started making compulsory decisions to place people under strict quarantine.


German officials reported that another 42 cases were being investigated, and as of now 179 people were in isolation 'just in case'.  Germany along with Russia, Croatia and China are considering closing down their ports to prevent any cases of reaching the country.