Featured below is an interactive Google map pinpointing outbreaks of H1N1 swine flu in 2009, together with source attributions, report dates, and current known statuses. This map is updated throughout the day with the latest suspected and confirmed cases of swine flu, as reports come in. Please note that this swine flu map is not owned or updated by The Iconic Woman Project so we can’t guarantee the accuracy of the information provided. This Swine flu map was created by L R – a computer scientist working in the UK, together with a team of 18 other people.This Swine flu map was created by L R – a computer scientist working in the UK, together with a team of 18 other people.
How to use the H1N1 map
You can zoom in and out and scroll around to view any country that you like, or any region that you like. To view information on a specific case, simply click on a map marker. Due to the amount of H1N1 cases, some content appears hidden until you zoom in to a specific map area.
H1N1 Swine Flu Map Key
- Red markers are confirmed infections of swine flu H1N1
- Pink markers are probable infections
- Black markers are confirmed deaths
- Grey markers are unconfirmed deaths
- Blue markers are influenza-like illness
Click on any marker to view information on that case.
2009 Swine Flu (H1N1) Outbreak Map in a larger map
Please note that this swine flu map is not owned or updated by Iconic Woman Project and, therefore, we do not guarantee the accuracy of the information provided by it.