Health of Ghanshyam Rathod,the first confirmed case of swine flu after 2010 in the state,has been improving and the situation remained under control in Anand as no fresh cases of the H1N1 was reported from anywhere in the district.
He (Rathod) is doing well. His situation has improved as compared to yesterday, Dr Samir Patel,who is treating 26-year-old Rathod at a private clinic in Anand,said.
Rathod,a resident of Rampur village in Bakorl taluka in Anand district,was confirmed to have contracted the virus on Monday after his saliva and blood samples tested positive at B J Medical College in Ahamedabad late on Sunday.
Meanwhile,chief district health officer (CDHO) of Anand,S B Shah said no fresh cases of swine flue was reported on Tuesday. The situation is under control and no fresh H1N1 cases have been reported from anywhere in the district, said Dr Shah.
The district health department has set up an out-door patient department (OPD) at Rampur village.
Family members of Rathod are also being given preventive treatment by the health officials.