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Figure 3: a: Rate of increase in severity of H1N1 infection (difference in number of deaths on n+10th day- nth day) globally with increasing number of countries being affected vs. time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009). Inset: rate of spread (difference in number of cases on n+10th day- nth day) at the same time scale (WHO update number- 12, 18, 30, 39, 44 and 49). Figure 3b: Countrywide differences in number of deaths / number of confirmed cases of four major countries with maximal number of deaths with respect to global severity index vs. time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009) (WHO update number- 12, 18, 30, 39, 44 and 49). Figure 3c: Ratio of increase in number of confirmed cases of H1N1 infection (number of cases on n+10th day / nth day) at global, Mexico and US at a time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009). Inset: expected rise in number of cases in India in next 50 days based on the average ratio of increase of global, US and Mexico spread in last 50 days with starting point of officially reported 16 confirmed cases in India (WHO update- 49).

Figure 3: a: Rate of increase in severity of H1N1 infection (difference in number of deaths on n+10th day- nth day) globally with increasing number of countries being affected vs. time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009). Inset: rate of spread (difference in number of cases on n+10th day- nth day) at the same time scale (WHO update number- 12, 18, 30, 39, 44 and 49).
Figure 3b: Countrywide differences in number of deaths / number of confirmed cases of four major countries with maximal number of deaths with respect to global severity index vs. time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009) (WHO update number- 12, 18, 30, 39, 44 and 49).
Figure 3c: Ratio of increase in number of confirmed cases of H1N1 infection (number of cases on n+10th day / nth day) at global, Mexico and US at a time scale of 50 days (26th April- 15th June, 2009). Inset: expected rise in number of cases in India in next 50 days based on the average ratio of increase of global, US and Mexico spread in last 50 days with starting point of officially reported 16 confirmed cases in India (WHO update- 49).