GENEVA (AP) - As swine flu continues to spread, the World Health
Organization has begun its annual meeting in Geneva where it's
focused on the outbreak and the possibility of a vaccine.
WHO Director-General Dr. Margaret Chan will give experts'
recommendations on which companies should produce a vaccine, how
much they should make and how it could best be distributed.
Health experts are checking newly reported cases in Spain,
Britain and Japan, where more than 120 people have been infected.
And New York City has its first known swine flu death. A middle
school assistant principal died yesterday, several days after
taking ill. It was the nation's sixth confirmed swine flu death.