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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 451 fatalities

    53 fatalities were reported during this week - mostly from Gujarat (23) and Maharashtra (17). An additional 26 presumably cumulative fatalities were reported from Manipur. This number itself is quite notable as from May 2009 to July 2011, Manipur reported only 2 confirmed H1N1 cases.

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Gujarat: 155
    Rajasthan: 148
    Maharashtra : 40
    Haryana: 39
    Punjab: 39
    Manipur : 26
    Uttar Pradesh : 23
    Madhya Pradesh: 19
    Delhi : 17
    Himachal Pradesh : 7
    Chandigarh : 5
    Karnataka : 3
    Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Uttarakhand : 2 each
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Odisha : 1

    Total: 529 H1N1, 1 B

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 16,400 and 23,800 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.
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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Swine flu takes a heavy toll on Gujarat, Rajasthan

    Gujarat and Rajasthan were worst hit by A H1N1 influenza this year, accounting for 150 and 138 deaths respectively. Health Ministry figures show that 469 deaths occurred and over 4,000 cases were reported all over the country between January 1 and March 24.

    Punjab and Haryana reported 39 deaths each, Manipur and Maharashtra 26 each, and Madhya Pradesh and Delhi 16 each. In the national capital, there were 1,461 confirmed cases of A H1N1 influenza – the highest in the country so far – followed by 818 in Gujarat, 789 in Rajasthan, 437 in Haryana and 207 in Maharashtra.
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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 403 fatalities

    Activity seems to be decreasing in the Northern states, but remains high in Gujarat and appears to be increasing in Maharashtra. Confirmed H1N1 fatalities in 2013 have now exceeded the full year toll for 2012 (405).

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 144
    Gujarat: 132
    Haryana: 39
    Punjab: 36
    Uttar Pradesh : 23
    Maharashtra : 23
    Delhi : 17
    Madhya Pradesh: 16
    Himachal Pradesh : 7
    Chandigarh : 5
    Andhra Pradesh and Uttarakhand : 2 each
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha : 1 each

    Total: 450 H1N1, 1 B

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 14,000 and 20,300 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.
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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 403 fatalities

    A graphical representation of confirmed H1N1 fatalities in India so far this year in comparison to the first (Aug -Oct 2009), second (Nov 2009-Jan 2010) and third (July-Oct 2010) waves of the H1N1pdm09 pandemic. What is notable for this year so far is the confinement of the outbreak to northern India - Initially Rajasthan, Punjab & Haryana - now more recently Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh & Delhi. Very few cases from Maharashtra, Karnataka & the southern states. It remains to be seen as to whether a large monsoon wave will occur later in the year. Prophylactic immunization at this point might save lives later this year.

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 361 fatalities

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 134
    Gujarat: 111
    Haryana: 39
    Punjab: 35
    Uttar Pradesh : 23
    Delhi : 16
    Maharashtra : 14
    Madhya Pradesh: 13
    Chandigarh : 5
    Himachal Pradesh : 4
    Andhra Pradesh and Uttarakhand : 2 each
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha : 1 each

    Total: 402 H1N1, 1 B

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 12,500 and 18,100 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.
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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 305 fatalities

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 127
    Gujarat: 83
    Haryana: 39
    Punjab: 32
    Uttar Pradesh : 23
    Delhi : 16
    Maharashtra : 14
    Madhya Pradesh: 11
    Chandigarh : 5
    Himachal Pradesh : 4
    Andhra Pradesh : 2
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha : 1 each

    Total: 360 H1N1, 1 B

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 11,200 and 16,200 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 305 fatalities

    Some limited information on the current influenza wave in India. Information gathered from our various threads.
    304 confirmed H1N1, 1 confirmed B

    Fatalities by Gender:
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    Fatalities by Age: (n=115, the ages of 190 fatal cases are not known)
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    Fatalities by Week;
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    * Week incomplete
    Where possible date of death is used, otherwise date of report.

    Of 92 identified female fatalities, at least 31 were pregnant.

    Analysis:
    For comparison, Confirmed fatalities Jan & Feb of given year
    2013: 305
    2012: 12
    2011: 16
    2010: 395

    The current wave of influenza in Northern India is comparable to the height of the H1N1 pandemic in Winter 2009-2010. The age distribution graph suggests that mortality among 20-60 year olds continues to be unusually high for this strain. At least 10% of all confirmed fatalities are pregnant women.

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 275 fatalities

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 118
    Gujarat: 58
    Haryana: 39
    Punjab: 30
    Maharashtra : 14
    Uttar Pradesh : 13
    Delhi : 12
    Madhya Pradesh: 5
    Chandigarh : 5
    Himachal Pradesh : 4
    Andhra Pradesh : 2
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Odisha : 1 each

    Total: 304 H1N1, 1 B

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 9,400 and 13,700 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.

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  • tetano
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 261 fatalities

    275 swine flu deaths in India


    A total of 275 people across India have succumbed to swine flu this year while over 2,500 others have tested positive for the disease, the health ministry Friday said.

    While Rajasthan recorded the maximum of 112 deaths, Gujarat was second with 58 fatalities. Twelve people have died due to the disease in Delhi.

    A total of 2,527 people tested positive for the Influenza A (H1N1) virus, which causes swine flu, in 35 states and union territories.

    The highest number 878 cases were registered in Delhi followed by Rajasthan which recorded 586 cases.

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 254 fatalities

    Swine Flu: 261 deaths reported in 2 months Posted by: Vidya Iyengar Published: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 13:31 [IST]

    New Delhi, Feb 28: The rapid increase in swine flu is clear in the details released by the health ministry. In January and February 2013, 261 swine- flu related deaths have taken place. While maximum number of cases have been reported in New Delhi, the highest number of deaths have been reported in Rajasthan. A total of 2,329 people tested positive for the Influenza A (H1N1) virus, which causes swine flu, in 35 states and union territories.
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    Read more at: http://news.oneindia.in/2013/02/28/s...1-1160724.html

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 254 fatalities

    Latest centralized H1N1 figures are lagging behind state reports. My current count is 291. - Ro

    Laboratory confirmed Cases and Deaths caused by Influenza A H1N1 (Swine Flu):
    State/ UT-wise (1st Jan, 2013-24th February, 2013)




    S. No. // State/ UT // Cases //Deaths
    1. // Andaman & Nicobar // 0 // 0
    2. // Andhra Pradesh // 19 // 2
    3. // Arunanchal Pradesh // 0 // 0
    4. // Assam // 0 // 0
    5. // Bihar // 0 // 0
    6. // Chandigarh // 33 // 4
    7. // Chhattisgarh // 0 // 0
    8. // D and N Haveli // 0 // 0
    9. // Daman & Diu // 0 // 0
    10. // Delhi // 759 // 11
    11. // Goa // 0 // 0
    12. // Gujarat // 273 // 49
    13. // Haryana // 298 // 36
    14. // Himachal Pradesh // 0 // 0
    15. // Jammu & Kashmir* // - // -
    16. // Jharkhand // 0 // 0
    17. // Karnataka // 42 // 1
    18. // Kerala // 1 // 0
    19. // Lakshadweep // 0 // 0
    20. // Madhya Pradesh // 22 // 3
    21. // Maharashtra // 103 // 13
    22. // Manipur // 0 // 0
    23. // Meghalaya // 0 // 0
    24. // Mizoram // 0 // 0
    25. // Nagaland // 0 // 0
    26. // Orissa // 0 // 0
    27. // Puducherry // 0 // 0
    28. // Punjab // 149 // 29
    29. // Rajasthan // 556 // 105
    30. // Sikkim // 0 // 0
    31. // Tamil Nadu // 10 // 1
    32. // Tripura // 0 // 0
    33. // Uttarakhand // 2 // 0
    34. // Uttar Pradesh // 0 // 0
    35. // West Bengal // 0 // 0

    Cumulative Total // 2267 // 254



    *Report is awaited from State surveillance.

    BN/EMR




    (Release ID :92613)

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  • tetano
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 247 fatalities

    254 swine flu deaths in India

    NEW DELHI: As many as 254 people have died of swine flu in India so far during 2013 with the highest toll reported from Rajasthan, the union health ministry said Wednesday.

    A total of 2,267 people have tested positive for the Influenza A (H1N1) virus in 35 states and union territories with the highest, 759 cases, reported from Delhi till Sunday followed by Rajasthan (556 cases) and Haryana (298 cases).

    Rajasthan reported the highest number of deaths at 105 followed by 49 deaths in Gujarat, 36 in Haryana and 29 in Punjab, the ministry said.

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 247 fatalities

    249 swine flu deaths in India so far

    Mon, Feb 25 2013 21:42 IST |

    As many as 249 people have died of swine flu in India so far this year with the highest toll reported from Rajasthan, the health ministry said Monday.
    ...
    249 swine flu deaths in India so far...A total of 2,148 people have tested positive for t...Rajasthan reported the highest number of deaths - .......

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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 198 fatalities

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 105
    Gujarat: 38 (and two suspected)
    Haryana: 32
    Punjab: 29
    Maharashtra : 11
    Delhi : 11
    Uttar Pradesh : 5 (and 1 suspected)
    Chandigarh : 5
    Himachal Pradesh : 4
    Madhya Pradesh: 2
    Jammu & Kashmir: 1 (and 1 flu B)
    Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh: 1 each

    Total: 246 H1N1, 1 B, 3 suspected

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Thus these confirmed H1N1 fatalities could represent between 7,600 and 11,100 actual deaths. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 There can be a delay of several weeks in this data.
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  • Ronan Kelly
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    Re: India Influenza 2013; 165 fatalities

    My current H1N1 fatality count for 2013; Click on State for detailed thread.

    Rajasthan: 89
    Punjab & Gujarat: 27
    Haryana: 24
    Maharashtra : 9
    Delhi : 8
    Himachal Pradesh : 4
    Uttar Pradesh : 3
    Chandigarh : 2
    Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu , Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh: 1 each

    Total: 198

    Worth bearing in mind that a recent study estimated that, during the pandemic, confirmed fatalities in India represented only 2-3% of total H1N1 fatalities. Of course there are also other influenza types circulating, but statistics are not recorded.

    Latest GISRS graph; http://gamapserver.who.int/gareports...spx?ReportNo=1 Note how week 1 has changed compared to the first post in this thread indicating a lag of up to six weeks in reporting of confirmed cases.

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    Last edited by Ronan Kelly; February 16, 2013, 11:31 AM. Reason: fixed Maharashtra link

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