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72 H1N1 cases in a month in Kolkata

The Pioneer
Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Kolkata - The H1N1 virus continued to invade Kolkata and infect its
citizens as never before, with the State Health Ministry reporting 12
new cases on Tuesday. With this, the toll has gone up to 72 in the
past month.

An alarmed State Government on Tuesday decided to open quarantine
wards in various State hospitals, apart from setting up virus-
detecting facilities at two more places other than the one already
existing. Kolkata currently has two such centres -- including a
private one where detection of diseases is quite costly, leading
people to throng the Government facility.

"It seems that swine flu has come to stay in Kolkata and taking
advantage of erratic weather, the virus is multiplying fast. Already,
the city has reported a death. We do not want the disease to take
epidemic proportions," said the State swine flu control nodal
officer, adding that the Government was arranging for vaccinating
doctors and health support staff, apart from providing them with
other preventive gear.


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