She caught it overseas, didn’t know she had it, and was better by the time she got back to Australia.
Of course the headline is ‘Health Chief Warns of More Swine Flu’
A six year old girl was listed as a ‘suspected case,’ the Herald Sun article tells us, to squeeze out the maximum scariness, just before admitting that in fact the girl doesn’t have anything at all.
Sorry guys, we’re not buying it any more. Time to go back to global warming.
Andrew Bolt points out that three times as many people (183) have died in the last six months in the Australian state of Victoria from medical blunders, than have died from Swine Flu in total, everywhere in the world.