File photo of bottles of adjuvants for use with the Pandemrix H1N1 flu vaccine lined up during a vaccination program in Schiedam. REUTERS/Jerry Lampen/Files
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At least 39 people have died of swine flu in Russia since last month, according to AFP calculations based on official data, with more than half the cases announced in the last week.One deadly swine flu case was also reported in Moscow, local authorities said Friday.Six swine flu-related deaths have also been recorded in the southern region of Rostov and five deaths were reported in Saint Petersburg. Authorities in neighboring Georgia told AFP on Friday that three deadly cases of the virus had been reported.
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