Mumbai: With the death of a 51-year-old man
due to swine flu, the toll due to the disease rose to 10 in
the last two months.
"The victim, a resident of Santacruz, who was suffering
from hypertension, died at a private hospital here last night.
He was hospitalised on June 25 and had completed his five-day
Tamiflu course," a health official said.
This is the first death in July due to swine flu, seven
deaths have been reported in June and two in May.
Over 120 people have tested positive for swine flu in
Mumbai. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has put up
caution boards at all chemist shops and have also issued
advisory to schools to be on alert about the possible outbreak
of swine flu.