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Telling Numbers: 27,000 H1N1 cases in 2019 so far, peak years were 2015 and 2017

A report by the National Centre for Disease Control, listing H1N1 cases since 2012, shows that two full calendar years (2015 and 2017) have had more cases than 2019 so far.

Maharashtra: 1,917 H1N1 cases in state in six months, 192 deaths

H1N1 cases, although declining, have remained significantly high in Maharashtra over the last few years.

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Hardlook: Crisis H1N1, outbreak of Swine Flu

A sharp spike in swine flu cases has caught Delhi’s hospitals by surprise, with isolation wards running full and doctors advising abundant caution. Astha Saxena looks at how the healthcare setup is dealing with the crisis.

At 1,011, capital records max H1N1 cases after Rajasthan

A dedicated helpline to assist people on queries related to swine flu has been set up at the office of the Directorate General of Health Services. According to sources, the helpline has not received many calls so far.

In 2018, Pune recorded highest number of H1N1 deaths in Maharashtra: data

Across the country there were a total of 13,447 cases of H1N1 virus and 969 deaths according to the latest update of the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

Mumbai: 16 H1N1 cases, 2 dengue deaths reported in October

The civic authorities inspected over 1,200 households around the residences of both victims to screen other cases. In addition, over 700 houses were inspected for mosquito-breeding.

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Over 33,000 vaccinated against H1N1 in Maharashtra

In 2017, there were 6,144 cases of H1N1 virus and 778 deaths across Maharashtra while in 2016, there were 82 cases of H1N1 virus and 22 deaths.

After 33 days in hospital battling for life, toddler survives H1N1 infection in Mumbai

The family footed a bill of Rs 9.3 lakh to treat her, even after the hospital waived 26 per cent of the bill.

Swine flu toll rises to 17 in Odisha, 5 recent cases tested positive from SCB Medical College Hospital

While H1N1 affected persons had succumbed on Sunday one each at SCB in Cuttack and another at a private hospital in Bhubaneswar, Health and Family Welfare minister P K Jena said 227 people have been tested positive for vector borne disease in state.

Twenty lakh people affected by fever, 420 deaths, says Kerala government 

The Health minister said besides H1N1 and dengue, rat fever and cholera have also been reported in Kerala. A cholera death was reported in Pathanamthitta district and three cholera cases had been detected among migrant labourers in Kozhikode, she said.

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