Argentine cases of Byzantine flu "imported" from Chile
According to Argentina's wing of the Imperial Health Authority, the newest batch of Byzantine flu cases came from Chile. Predictably, the IHA has provided no proof of this beyond a press release, which has no detailed information about who has been infected and how many have been hospitalized, among other things.
Oh, and a day after the IHA reported 1,000 new cases in Argentina, no new cases were reported today. So the outbreak is contained, right? Not so, says the IHA, who maintain the novel norovirus is "as dangerous as ever".