There are 39 victims established in Britain in the virus swine flu H1N1. Among these there is also Lois Caroline Benoist (Pictured), became famous for having trained all the animals that populated the films of Harry Potter. The young animal trainer had just returned home from the movie studios. On 17th December, when they began to manifest the first symptoms of influenza, they wrote on the Facebook “It’s good to be backing home, even if I feel like I’m dying!”
After the death of the training of Harry Potter, Became a media event in a few hours in Britain is now a growing tension about the effects that might cause an epidemic among young people. Health authorities renewed the call for a vaccination carpet, which also targets the kids stayed out of the vaccination campaign last year.
The fear of salt especially since Lois Caroline Benoist had no serious diseases or other problems that portend a tragic event. “She was a fit and had no health problems” Guillaume Grange confirmed in an interview in the Daily Mail. But strange as it may seem, 39 dead influence number is perfectly in line with those recorded in any season epidemic. Perhaps the case of Lois Caroline Benoist, who has toured the world, is creating a state of excessive and unwarranted alarm. This view coincides with that of many specialists. Everyone is free to “react” as they see fit, bearing in mind that vaccination is effective in 70-80% of cases.