Nicaragua reports 23 new cases of A/H1N1 flu
The Nicaraguan Health authorities reported Sunday 23 new cases of the A/H1N1 influenza, raising the country's total infections to 216, Xinhua reported.
Nicaragua has not reported any deaths so far.
The Health Ministry said that among the 216 cases in the country, 143 have recovered after medical treatment, while the remaining are in stable condition.
The ministry also said that 81 percent of the cases were from the Managua province, while 6 percent from Masaya and 5 percent from Leon.
The Nicaraguan government said that next week a number of schools will be reopened, including those located in the Monezenor Lazcano district in west Managua, where the country's first case of the pandemic was reported.