Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has raised its tally of confirmed human cases of swine flu to 5,251 in 30 countries, with 61 people dead from the disease.
The United States has reported 2,600 laboratory-confirmed cases, including three deaths.
Mexico has 2,059 cases, including 56 deaths.
Canada has 330 cases, including one death, while Costa Rica has eight cases, including one death.
Spain has 95 cases, Britain 55, Panama 16, France 13, Germany 12, Italy nine, Brazil eight, Israel and New Zealand seven each, and Japan and El Salvador four each.
South Korea, Netherlands and Colombia have three each.
Sweden and Norway have two each.
China, Hong Kong, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Denmark, Guatemala, Ireland, Poland, Portugal and Switzerland have one each.