Ten more Swine flu deaths in Gujarat were reported on Sunday. The total number of deaths has crossed 200 and stares at 207 while total number of cases reported was 3,107.
Six new Swine flu deaths were reported from across the state on Monday. The death toll has reached 150.
Swine flu claimed eight more lives in Gujarat, taking the toll to 144 since January this year, while 152 cases were reported, officials said here Sunday.
Seven new Swine flu deaths were reported in Gujarat on Monday. With this, the total death toll from January 1 has reached 88.
With the death of a 37-year-old man in Surat on Tuesday,the death toll due to swine flu has gone up to 19 in Gujarat.
Swine flu claimed four more lives including three women on Thursday, while another woman reportedly died of the H1N1 virus in Jamnagar on Wednesday evening.
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