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  • #31
    The second victim of the swine flu in Nagar taluka
    Due to the presence of Swine Flu, a resident of Sarola Kasar in Nagar taluka and Mr. Chhatrapati Shivaji Vidyalaya of Rayat Shikshan Sanstha, a teacher of Akolenar, Prof. Yashwant alias Bandu Dattara Dhamane (age 49) has recently died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Pune.
    By Lokmat News Network | Follow| Published: April 13, 2019 05:11 PM | Updated: April 13, 2019 05:11 PM
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    http://www.lokmat.com/ahmadnagar/sec...-nagar-taluka/
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      • #33
        H1N1 claims 98 lives in Maharashtra this year; 120 cases reported in Mumbai
        written by Swapnil Mishra April 16, 2019 7:18 am

        Mumbai: More than 1,250 cases of H1N1 and 98 deaths have been reported in Maharashtra from January 1 till April 14. Half the cases and deaths were reported only in the March.

        The state?s health department said there has been a spurt in H1N1 cases due to the climatic changes. Swine flu, a respiratory infection, is caused by influenza viruses with symptoms such as cold, cough and fever, which generally spreads rapidly during the winter.

        Dr Pradip Awate, the state surveillance officer said the number of cases has shot up. ?The highest number of swine flu deaths have been reported in Nashik. The district reported 24 deaths, followed by Nagpur with 16 deaths, Ahmednagar 12 deaths and 8 deaths in Pune city,? Dr Awate said.
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        https://www.freepressjournal.in/mumb...mumbai/1505099
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          • #35
            Swine flu: Two people lose life in Mumbai, state toll reaches 120
            By Aarti Jadhav on April 23, 2019

            Two Mumbaikars have lost their lives due to swine flu in the month of March. The committee confirmed that deaths are were caused due to swine flu

            Maharashtra: Swine flu cases on the rise

            According to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC), the two people lost their lives after getting contacted with the swine flu. After Nagpur and Nashik, Mumbai also follows suit.

            So far, as many as 120 people have lost their lives across Maharashtra and 1,300 patients have been recuperating in the hospitals.

            While speaking to My Medical Mantra Dr Padmaja Keskar, Executive Health Officer, BMC, said, ?In Mumbai, so far two people have died due to swine flu. The deaths occurred in the month of March, and were confirmed in a death committee meeting this month. Victims were a 30-year-old woman from Agripada, and a 65-year-old (diabetic) woman from Mazgaon.?
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            http://www.mymedicalmantra.com/swine...l-reaches-120/
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            • #36
              1,408 cases with 131 fatalities to April 28.
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              • #37
                1,469 cases with 135 fatalities to May 5.
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                • #38
                  1,592 cases, 177 fatal to May 26.
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                  • #39
                    1,952 cases with 192 deaths to July 28.
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                    Swine flu claims life of 2-year-old in Dombivli
                    CITIES Updated: Aug 04, 2019 00:43 IST
                    Ankita G Menon
                    Hindustantimes

                    A two-year-old girl, who was being treated for swine flu in Shastri Nagar civic hospital in Dombivli, died on Thursday.

                    A resident of Sai Leela chawl, Piyusha P was admitted in hospital after she had fever. She was diagnosed with acute respiratory disease syndrome and was shifted to a private hospital. In a few hours, she was put on ventilator but passed away.

                    ?Piyusha was healthy. When her fever did not subside for two days, she underwent tests at Shastri Nagar hospital. When she was diagnosed with swine flu, we admitted her to a private hospital. Within five days after she fell ill, she lost her life,? said Sahil P, Piyusha?s father.
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                    https://www.hindustantimes.com/citie...L1YbsCe7J.html

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                    • #40
                      H1N1 deaths: Maharashtra sees 9% rise


                      Mumbai: Swine flu deaths across the state have witnessed a 9% increase. According to the statistics provided by the state surveillance department, H1N1 death toll has risen to 239 and as many as 2,300 people have tested positive for H1N1 so far this year.

                      “There has been a 9% increase in the swine flu fatality rate this year as compared to 216 swine flu deaths recorded during the same period last year,” said a senior health official.

                      The maximum number of deaths occurred in Pune, which recorded 52 fatalities followed by Nagpur (44), Nashik (39), Mumbai (30) and Kolhapur (22).

                      The highest number of H1N1 cases were reported in Mumbai with 642 followed by Nagpur (375), Nashik (328), Pune (173) and Thane district (129).

                      “Some of the H1N1 casualties reported this month had actually occurred last month. But they were reported to the state’s centralised system in October,” a state health official said.

                      Over the last decade, with 33,284 patients testing positive for the disease, Maharashtra recorded most number of H1N1 cases in the country, with the highest number of fatalities at 3,637.


                      https://in.news.yahoo.com/h1n1-death...ZGERXVKP7Qa55c

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