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H1N1 Virus to Die as Temperature Rise, Says Goa Health Minister

by Shirley Johanna on March 21, 2015 at 6:20 PM
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H1N1 Virus to Die as Temperature Rise, Says Goa Health Minister

Goa Health Minister Francis D'Souza, said, "Swine flu virus will die automatically when the mercury will rise in the state with the advent of summer."

Patients with diabetes or other health complications had succumbed to swine flu and private hospitals were not up to the mark in administering medicines to treat swine flu, said D'Souza.


He also added, "Swine flu is curable, medicines are kept ready for patients in Goa Medical College."

So far, swine flu had affected around 26,000 people, swine flu death toll reached 1,482.

Source: Medindia


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