I´m danish, and I have now read several of the Tamiflu resistant patient reports in danish, and I belive fully that this is the correct info due to what has been reported on Statens Serum Institut website and elsewere.
It was only the report from "Ekstrabladet" which was written in a way that could be misunderstod in regards to were "A" had been infected, but it turn out that it was aimed to the location were "B" was infected; abroad.
So, here is the correct info:
The tamiflu resistent person "A" (a woman, according to newsreport) had NOT been abroad.
"A" had been in contact with a person, we name him/her "B"
"B" had recently been abroad and had gotten infected with H1N1
Therefore "A " was given Tamiflu as a precausionn treatment
After "A" had been taking Tamiflu for 5 days she devloped flu symptoms
A test showed that "A" was infected with H1N1
Additional tests at Statens Serum Institut showed that the virus in question, H1N1, had mutated. It (the H1N1) is resistent to tamiflu but is still sensetive to Relenza.
If I find additional info I´ll post it in this thread.
By the way the machin translation is VERY bad, belive me