Haryana taking steps to check spread of swine flu; toll 38
Chandigarh: Haryana Government is taking effective steps to check spread of swine flu in the state, where 38 persons have died of the disease since January and 373 cases reported positive.
Of the total positive cases so far, 93 patients have been treated and discharged from hospitals, a spokesman of the Health Department said here on Sunday.
He said 38 persons have lost their lives due to the H1N1 since January, out of which a maximum of seven deaths have been reported from Sirsa district, followed by Faridabad (6), Panchkula and Karnal (4 each) and Bhiwani, Gurgaon and Kurukshetra (3 each).
The spokesman urged the people to cooperate with health authorities and in case of any symptoms of the disease, they should contact the nearest health institution of the state government.
- NHRC issues notice to Rajasthan government over death of 11 children in home
- Delhi: 10-year-old boy dies due to overdose of Vitamin D
- Haryana: Groom injured in celebratory firing at wedding in Hissar
- Phase V of West Bengal Assembly polls starts today
- Discussion over Mamata Banerjee's close aide Firhad Hakim's 'mini Pakistan' comment
- Telangana SSC class 10th Results 2016 is likely to be declared on May 5
- West Bengal Assembly Elections: Polling begins in crucial fifth phase, 680 central forces companies deployed
- Severe heat wave condition in West Bengal
- Kerela HSE (Class 12) Result 2016 is likely to be declared by second week of May
- No instances of incursions by Chinese troops into Indian territory: Manohar Parrikar