Via the Times of Oman: Oman's Health Ministry Reports 8 H1N1 Cases and No New Coronavirus Cases. While we've largely forgotten about H1N1, cases in many parts of the world (especially India) continue to be reported in the media.
Muscat: Latest statistics released by the Ministry of Health showed that while eight cases of flu (H1N1) were reported in the first half of July, there was no new death due to this disease during this period.
The Ministry of Health said that no new case of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV) has been reported in the Sultanate since December 2013.
The Ministry of Health said it was important that all those otherwise in a state of good health and going for Hajj or Umrah must be administered the required vaccinations provided by the ministry at all health centres. They also need to visit the nearest health institution if they notice any symptoms of respiratory infections (fever, cough or shortness of breath) within two weeks of their return.
It's worth noting that predominantly Muslim countries take vaccination absolutely seriously, with none of the Taliban nonsense about espionage or sterilization.