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Tag: H1n1

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Bird Flu Outbreak: Mass culling continues for second day in Puri

After the detection of avian influenza virus in four villages under Krushna Prasad block of Puri district, the mass culling of chicken continued for the second consecutive day today.

Swine Flu: H1N1 virus kills two more, toll touches 52 in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: Odisha is finding it difficult to get rid from the grip of deadly swine flu with the H1N1 virus claiming two more lives on Sunday taking the death toll to 52. While one of the under-treatment patients succumbed to the infection at Cuttack SCB hospital, the other one died at SUM hospital, sources from […]

Swine flu death toll reaches 38

Bhubaneswar: Swine flu death continues unabated in the State as two more persons succumbed to the disease today taking the toll to 38. One died at KIMS Hospital in Bhubaneswar whereas the other one succumbed to the H1N1 virus at the SUM hospital. According to health department sources, the total number of swine flu cases […]

One more succumbs to swine flu; toll touches 27

Bhubaneswar: One more person succumbed to swine flu today taking the death toll to 27 in Odisha, Health Department statement said on Sunday. The death was reported from Kalinga Hospital in Bhubaneswar. The patient was suffering from multiple myeloma and had developed respiratory distress. He was also undergoing dialysis, the statement added. The total number […]

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One more succumbs to H1N1 virus; death toll reaches 24

Bhubaneswar: One more person succumbed to Swine Flu today taking the total death toll due to the disease to 24 in the State. The deceased, a resident of Jajpur, died while undergoing treatment at the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack.On Thursday, an affected person died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in […]

Swine Flu death toll reaches 13 in Odisha

Bhubaneswar: There seems to be no let up in the Swine Flu situation as the H1N1 virus claimed two more lives on Friday, taking the total death toll to 13 in Odisha. Similarly, 20 more swabs out of total 52 that were sent for examination tested positive today. So far the total number of Swine […]

Swine Flu in Odisha: 34 tested positive so far, Hospitals to set up special ward

Bhubaneswar: With the swine flu cases increasing to 34 in the state, the State government today directed government as well as privately-run hospitals to keep special ward ready to treat persons affected with the H1N1 virus. The Public Health department issued special advisory to 15 privately-run hospitals asking them to set up separate screening facility […]

Odisha registers season's first Swine Flu death

Bhubaneswar: The first Swine Flu casualty of the year was reported today with the death of person at a private hospital here even as the Health department claimed that it is fully prepared to tackle the situation in State. The deceased is from Visakhapatnam, but he temporarily resided in Bhubaneswar, Health Minister Pratap Jena said. […]

5 tested positive for Swine Flu in Bhubaneswar

Bhubaneswar: What could be an alarm bell for the Odisha government as many as 5 persons have been tested positive for Swine Flu in Bhubaneswar. According to sources, there are 4 women among the 5 who have tested positive. All the affected persons have reportedly been admitted to a private hospital in the capital city. […]

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Odisha asks health officials to prepare for H1N1 influenza

Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has asked its Chief District Medical Officers (CDMOs) to remain prepared to deal with the H1N1 influenza in the state, said an official on Sunday. “In view of the coming transmission season and behaviour of Influenza A H1N1 in recent past, the health administration needs to remain prepared in terms of […]

After ex-CM, Rajasthan's home minister hit by swine flu

Rajasthan Home Minister Gulab Chand Kataria Monday tested positive for the swine flu virus, a day after former chief minister Ashok Gehlot said he was suffering from the disease

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