I saw a major TV news station give out the name of the patient in Mexico that is considered patient zero. It is a four year old boy. There was an outbreak of this flu in a community next to a pig farm. Apparently he was one of many sick people in the neighborhood but it was his specimen that was sent to the CDC in the US so he is getting the tag. I mean, they gave the poor little kids name and address for heaven's sake. Do you think the CDC gave that info out? I was wondering where they got that info and if that sort of info is still private once it get into the hands of the public health system. Of course since he is a resident of Mexico and I am sure the reporters could give a **** less if they hold him up to public scrutiny. I am glad the little guy got better but I wonder if there will be any social and financial repercussions for the child and his family. I really cringed when they said his name on tv and the name of his town. I thought "why couldn't they just say a four year old boy in this part of Mexico"?