Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Jorge Milke a businessman who lives just outside Mexico City about how life for him and his family has been altered over the last few days since the outbreak of the swine flu.
Swine flu is continuing it's spread around the globe, and there's one word on everyone's lips: vaccine. Can researchers create a vaccine that will stop the virus with one quick jab of a needle? How quickly can a vaccine be created?
As the confirmed numbers of confirmed cases of swine flu continue to rise around the world, countries are responding at their borders, tightening transport and immigration controls. BBC Correspondent Matt McGrath joins us.
The World's Marco Werman reports on Mexican DJ and music executive Camilo Lara, and how he has to adapt his musical business during Mexico City's swine flu emergency. Camilo Lara also offers some musical suggestions for Mexicans to keep their spirits up.
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