Consolidated Status of Influenza A H1N1 as on 22nd December 2009

by VR Sreeraman on  December 23, 2009 at 11:47 AM Indian Health News
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Consolidated Status of Influenza A H1N1 as on 22nd December 2009


Ministry of Health and Family Welfare issues state wise consolidated status of influenza A H1N1 as on 22nd December 2009.          

(As on 22nd December 2009)  
Sl. State Lab confirmed cases reported during the day Lab confirmed cases cumulative Death of Lab confirmed cases during  the day Death of Lab confirmed cases cumulative
1. Delhi 120 7643 0 56
2. Andhra Pradesh 0 776 0 52
3. Karnataka 11 1811 0 128
4. Tamil Nadu 8 2043 0 7
5. Maharashtra 30 4438 0 249
6. Kerala 5 1427 0 31
7. Punjab 0 87 0 21
8. Haryana 13 1800 0 28
9. Chandigarh(UT) 0 237 0 5
10. Goa 0 61 0 5
11. West Bengal 1 133 0 0
12. Uttarakhand 1 119 0 10
13. Himachal Pradesh 0 11 0 5
14. Jammu & Kashmir 4 82 0 1
15. Gujarat 0 452 0 64
16. Manipur 0 1 0 0
17. Meghalaya 0 8 0 0
18. Mizoram 0 4 0 1
19. Assam 0 45 0 0
20. Jharkhand 0 1 0 0
21. Rajasthan 18 1705 0 110
22. Bihar 0 7 0 0
23. Uttar Pradesh 29 1131 0 3
24. Puducherry 0 80 0 6
25. Chhattisgarh 0 38 0 2
26. Madhya Pradesh 0 16 0 4
27. Daman & Diu 0 1 0 0
28. Orissa 0 26 0 3
29. Nagaland 0 2 0 0
30. Andaman & Nicobar 0 25 0 0
  Total 240 24210 0 791    
Note:

1 On 21st December 2009, 16554 passengers have been screened at 11 Airports with 83 counters manned by 90 doctors and 53 paramedics. Total passengers screened till date is 10005841.

2. Till date, samples from 105534 persons have been tested for Influenza A H1N1 in Government Laboratories. And a few private Laboratories across the country and 24210 (22.94%) of them have been found positive.

3. Out of the 240 cases reported during the day 5 are having history of foreign travel and rest are indigenous cases.

4. Reports of two earlier deaths (Kerala-1 and Punjab -1) have been received from the health authorities of the respective states and are reflected in the cumulative total.

Source: PIB
SRM


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