New Delhi: With swine flu cases being reported from various parts of the country, the Delhi government Tuesday said hospitals in the capital were prepared to deal with the virus."Delhi hospitals are well prepared for swine flu. Hospitals have been earmarked for swine flu patients," said Delhi Health Minister Ashok Walia.Walia said there was enough supply of `Tamiflu`, the medicine for swine flu. He added that six cases had been reported in the city so far."In 2012, three cases were registered in January, two in February and one in March. The government is keeping a close watch on the situation," he said.
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