Pune: Four more people succumbed to swine flu in the state in the past three weeks, taking the toll this year to 189 till June 27, according to the latest report by the state health department.
The state’s health department said that there had been a spurt in H1N1 cases due to climatic changes.
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Pune: In just 10 days, between April 20 and 30, the swine flu death toll in the state went up by 25.
MUMBAI: In a span of 10 days between April 20 and 30, H1N1 toll in the state rose by 25. The latest casualties have pushed the death tally in Maharashtra to 135 so far this year.
13 people diagnosed with infection in the past one week
In Maharashtra, at least 8.86 lakh people have been screened for H1N1 virus from January to April 21.
A 30-year-old woman from Agripada and a 65-year-old diabetic woman from Mazgaon died in the month of March due to swine flu, as per the records presented by the death audit committee meeting held i
12 cases reported this month
The number of cases treated too has increased to 1,236 patients, who are being treated across the state.
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