S. Korea has 22 more A/H1N1 deaths
South Korea's health authorities on Wednesday reported 22 additional deaths from the A/H1N1 influenza, raising the nation's death toll from the new flu to 104, Xinhua reported.
According to the central disaster relief headquarters, the dead include a 33-year-old man and a 16-year-old woman, who did not belong to the high risk group, and 20 others who were at high risk.
As of Wednesday morning, the country's A/H1N1 death toll hit 104, among which 89 were at high risk and 15 were classified as non-high risk.
The central disaster relief headquarters, however, said the fatality of the pandemic was waning the second week of November since the death toll peaked at the end of last month, when 24 people died between Oct. 25-31.