Swine flu: Maha Govt sets up panel on treatment
Mumbai: Maharashtra Government has constituted a committee to coordinate treatment of swine flu cases across the state.
The decision was taken at a meeting of senior health officials at Mantralaya here on Thursday. The meeting was chaired by additional chief secretary (public health) J K Banthia.
The meeting reviewed reported cases of H1N1 virus
infection in Pune and Mumbai. Earlier this month, Pune saw the
first swine flu death in that city since April last year.
It was decided to direct government and private hospitals
in Mumbai, Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad to keep their ICU and
isolation wards in readiness, an official said.
Health officials have also decided to undertake a
public awareness campaign on swine flu.
Meanwhile, seven suspected cases of swine flu were
reported in Aurangabad.
The swab test report of a 17 years old girl was found
positive, where as that of six others was awaited. The girl
hails from the Jalna.
All of them have been admitted to Government Medical
College and Hospital, Aurangabad.
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