Apparently there are two flu spread by pigs
In your mind might be "swine flu" or also called H1N1 transmitted between pigs with pigs, but it was recently the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports on two children WHO were the resource persons indeed sickened by a flu virus originated from pigs That.
CDC report describes two cases of febrile respiratory disease caused by swine influenza A (H3N2). Viruses Identified on August 19 and August 26. "Researchers also discovered That the virus sickened That the children had a genetic component of the 2009 H1N1 flu virus That was incorrectly tagged as a swine flu. Transmission of the flu from pigs to Humans is rare, but it does Happen.
But do not panic, CDC officials say That this is a rare occurrence and That the virus is not at all Likely to spread. In Indiana, a 5-year-old boy gotten WHO Had an influenza vaccine in September started showing unusual symptoms in July: fever, cough, diarrhea, sore throat and shortness of breath. He went to a local emergency department and was discharged but returned the following day, Pls he was hospitalized for treatment of multiple chronic health conditions That Had gotten worse. He tested positive for a swine-origin influenza A viruses and has since recovered. Although the boy hadn't Had direct contact with a pig, one of his caretakers reportedly did have direct contact with swine flu WHO did not show symptoms in the weeks before the boy Had gotten sick. But the child's family, caretaker and other close contacts did not get sick, According to the report. In Pennsylvania, a girl younger than 5 WHO Had visited an agricultural fair August 16, Pls She Had direct exposure to pigs and other animals, CAME down with a fever, nonproductive cough and lethargy four days later. Had She also received a flu vaccine in September. Scientists have not found any link the between the two Patients. They Had The influenza viruses are similar but not identical and carry a unique genetic combination never seen before. It includes bits of genetic material from the 2009 H1N1 virus, the which is Itself a recombination of material from other types of flu. This is not Surprising: reassortment of genetic materials from the 2009 flu virus and other swine influenza viruses has been seen before, According to the report. Instead of undesirable things happen, better get the flu vaccination.