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Can you get swine flue if you ate an infected pig?

Holla, I’m from Philippines, so far the swine flu hasn’t reached us yet. No suspicion has arisen. Anyway, I have eaten some pork meat, grilled, I think very well. So here are some questions. Can you get the flu if you eat an infected(Cooked) Pig? and is it possible that the pig is imported from an infected country? If so, does the gov. check the pig’s quality before they export them?

No. You cannot get swine flu from eating an infected pig.

5 thoughts on “Can you get swine flue if you ate an infected pig?

  1. Joe says:

    No. You cannot get swine flu from eating an infected pig.
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  2. Are you willing to try? says:

    Yes, you can. Beware. Only eat vegetables ok.

    But wait. Some of our vegetables come from Mexico. We are doom.
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  3. WickeDemoness says:

    pag patay na ang baboy, ibig sabihin ang "virus" ay wala na sa baboy… kailangan nang "virus" ang buhay na baboy….kung mahahawaan ka, eh yun ay dahil sa taong may "contact" sa mismong "infected na buhay na baboy"……and tao na mismo ang ngpapasapasa nang virus…basta……. from infected baboy to tao….infected tao to another tao…
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  4. Robin-[ClassiX] says:

    Of course you can get swine flu. Because viruses spread all over the body of the pig. Besides, they spread through the atmosphere. Prepare yourself with flu vaccination because flu may cause you to have a immune deficiency. Although nowadays researchers haven’t found any vaccine for swine flu, it is better to prevent it by making your immune system better.
    Be careful of swine flu because researchers HAVEN’T found any vaccine for it
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