Holy smokes, this is developing fast. Here are some of the headlines at 2:00 pm EDT.
From Bloomberg: Public Health Emergency Declared for Swine Flu, Napolitano Says
From the Chosun Iibo: WHO: Swine Flu An International Public Health Emergency
From the New York Times: As NationsTry to Contain Flu, N.Y. Cases Are Confirmed
From the AP via the Houston Chronicle: Swine flu empties Mexico City's churches, streets
From Reuters: Kansas state officials confirm two flu cases: report
From Columbia Reports: Authorities investigate eleven possible swine flu cases in Colombia
From The C anadian Press: Nova Scotia confirms four cases of swine flu in province
From the Daily Mail: Obama's swine flu scare after shaking hands with archaeologist who died 24 hours later
From the New York Daily News: White House: President Obama does not have swine flu from recent Mexico trip
From the Huffington Post: Economics of a Flu Pandemic
From Reuters: FACTBOX: Economic costs of a flu pandemic (Trillions)
From Reuters: US says premature to talk about impact of flu on economy
From Reuters: Venture capital firm set to reap rewards on swine flu (Kleiner)
MarketWatch: Roche Holding says it can deliver 3 million doses of Tamiflu for swine flu
From the Motley Fool: H1N1 and its impact on global equity values.