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  • Punjab Influenza 2019; 11 fatalities

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    Abohar resident dies of swine flu

    Abohar: A resident of Khubban village died of swine flu in a first such case reported from the sub division this year. The deceased has been identified as Buta Singh (34). His family members said Buta had high fever on Monday and was taken to the Guru Gobind Singh Medical College and Hospital at Faridkot. Buta succumbed to deadly H1N1 virus on Saturday. Senior Medical Officer Dr Ravi Bansal said there were no reports of any other patient with symptoms of influenza. He said the affected family would be examined on Monday and a survey would also be conducted in the village.

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      With second death in 5 days, district in grip of swine flu

      Tribune News Service

      Patiala, January 13

      With the death of a patient suffering from H1N1 (swine flu) in a week, the lethal virus has gripped the district. In fact, a 56-year-old woman, who hailed from the Samana block, succumbed to the swine flu on late Saturday night. It is the second swine flu death during the last five days.

      The deceased, who was admitted to the Government Rajindra Hospital on Thursday, breathed her last on Saturday night. On January 8, a 50-year-old woman from Patiala died due to the H1N1 virus at the Government Medical College and Hospital (GMCH), Sector 32, Chandigarh.
      Meanwhile, district health officials claimed to have disbursed Tamiflu tablets among relatives and others, who had come into contact of the deceased woman.
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      https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/ch...lu/713435.html

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      • #4
        Swine flu grips state, 8 deaths in two weeks
        46 test positive for virus | Patiala has maximum cases


        Karam Prakash

        Tribune News Service

        Patiala, January 14

        Swine flu has gripped the state Health Department, with the disease claiming eight lives in two weeks in the state.
        Besides, 46 people were tested positive for the virus till last Sunday. In 2018, only 47 swine flu cases were reported in the state.

        The home district of the Health Minister, Patiala, has topped the state with maximum cases, followed by Ludhiana and Ropar.
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        https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/pu...ks/713701.html
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          Tarn Taran woman dies of swine flu
          Publish Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 12:07 AM (IST)

          Jagaran Reporter, Amritsar

          Swine Flu Positive A woman died in a private hospital in Amritsar on Tuesday. The 50-year-old woman belonging to the Khadur Sahib area of ​​Tarn Taran district was under treatment for the last one week in Amritsar's private hospital. The doctors informed the health department after the symptoms of swine flu were found. The health department has done the tests of women and the report is also positive.

          Civil surgeon Dr. Hardeep Singh Ghai told that after the death of the woman, the staff of the private hospital has been given the Tamiflu medicine as a precaution. Simultaneously, the civil surgeon Tarn Taran has been asked to give Tamimflu medicine to the family of the woman living in Tarn Taran.
          https://www.jagran.com/punjab/amrits...-18858615.html
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          • #6
            Woman succumbs to swine flu in F’garh Sahib

            Our Correspondent

            Fatehgarh Sahib, January 17

            With the death of Sarabjit Kaur of Raton village in Khamano subdivision due to swine flu at the PGI on Wednesday night, the death toll due to the H1N1 virus in the district has risen to four. Earlier, Lakhbir Singh of Khamano, Des Raj who was working at the courts complex at Fatehgarh Sahib, Rekha of Mandi Gobindgarh had succumbed to the flu.

            Sarabjit Kaur had complained of high fever and cough, after which she was admitted to a private hospital at Chamkaur Sahib on January 7 and referred to a private hospital in Ropar the next day. During tests, it was found that she was H1N1-positive and taken to the PGI. On the intervening night of January 16, she succumbed to the flu.
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            • #7
              Posted at: Jan 19, 2019, 6:59 AM; last updated: Jan 19, 2019, 7:17 AM (IST)
              Swine flu claims 1 more life in Patiala

              Tribune News Service

              Patiala, January 18

              With the death of a 50-year-old man last night, the toll from the deadly swine flu has risen to three in the district in a month. The H1N1 patient, who hailed from Bhamna Patti village in Samana block, died late at night at Government Rajindra Hospital.

              The victim was admitted to the hospital on Wednesday after he showed symptoms of swine flu. Dr Manjit Singh said, “The cremation of the victim was held in accordance with the norms and instructions of the health authorities.”
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              https://www.tribuneindia.com/news/ch...la/715777.html
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