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14 people test positive with swine flu in Kota, 2 dead so far

DNJAI95976 | 1/11/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :544 | Health



Jaipur: Medical and health department in Kota on Thursday further swung into action after an 18-year-old NEET aspirant from Jodhpur, taking coaching in an institute was tested positive with H1N1 virus. The medial teams carried out survey, screening and distribution of preventive medicines in the affected area of the city. H1N1 virus has so far claimed lives of two persons in Kota district while at least 14 persons have been tested positive with swine flu. 
A 70-year-old woman identified as Kantibai, a resident of Digod village of Kota district was tested positive with swine flu and was undergoing medical treatment at Maharao Bhim Singh [MBS] hospital, told an official at MBS hospital. The woman died during treatment at hospita
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