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H1N1 flu casualty rises to 15. Crowded places shut in Mumbai
12-Aug-2009 / ( Health - Previous | Next | Last )


Maharashtra Government has opted to close down schools, colleges, cinema halls and malls in Mumbai as a precautionary measure to contain the spread of H1N1 virus.

The announcement has come on the back of the news of the 15th casualty of the country due to swine flu was reported from Pune. Balu Kuland, 33 year, resident of Pimpri passed away in Sassoon General Hospital around 11am.

The action taken by the government in Mumbai is in line with its steps taken in Pune, where the maximum number of H1N1 infected cases have been reported so far.

Earlier in the a 38 year old doctor Rupesh Gangurde from Nasik succumbed to the virus in Nasik. Gangurde was a doctor at the Nasik Civil Hospital. He had been admitted to the hospital on Monday after he complained of vomiting and fever.

Out of 15 deaths reported due to the H1N1 virus, 11 are from Maharashtra, while 2 from Gujarat and 1 each from Kerala and Tamil Nadu.




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