New Delhi: A total of 110 more swine flu cases were reported in the national capital Thursday while the Delhi government added two more designated laborataries to test for the disease and said the stock of medicines has been doubled.
The total number of swine flu cases has reached 1,789. No fresh deaths have been reported, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain told the media here.
There are 26 designated hospitals to treat swine flu patients, 13 of which are under the Delhi government.
Jain said: "The situation is under control as we have enough stock of medicines. The cases are going down. We have all facilities available for testing and treatment. The stock of medicines has been doubled."
"The virus has been in Delhi for quite a few years so the people of Delhi have developed some resistance therefore the situation is under control," he said adding: "States which are new to the virus are badly affected, but not Delhi."