W.H.O. As of 5 June 2009, 69 countries have officially reported 21,940 cases of influenza A(H1N1) infection, including 125 deaths. Most notable is that Australia report 878 cases compared to 158 cases last Monday. Source: W.H.O.
U.S.A. The CDC reports 13,217 cases with 27 deaths. cases are now reported from all states, and the distribution can be found here: H1N1 Flu Situation Update.
Europe 1034 cases have now been reported of which 63 during the past 24 hours. 127 have been infected in Spain and 58 in the United Kingdom over the past 24 hours. 314 have been infected in Europe the rest outside Europe. Source: E-CDC
Comment The rapid increase in the number of infected in Australia is an indication that the virus have pandemic potential. he W.H.O. still recommend no restrictions to international travel, and the infections continues not to be more seroius than seasonal influenza.