Two more die due to swine flu in Rajasthan; state govt makes H1N1 test available in 50 places as toll rises to 75

Jaipur: Two more people died due to swine flu in Rajasthan Monday, taking the toll to 75, an official spokesperson said.

"As many as 1,911 people were tested positive for the H1N1 virus from 1 January to 28 January," according to the spokesperson of the medical and health department.

Rajasthan Health Minister Raghu Sharma said the government has decided to make arrangements for swine flu testing in five new medical colleges.

He took stock of the situation and gave necessary direction to officials through video conferencing.

With the arrangement in five new colleges, swine flu tests will now be conducted at 50 places across the state.

The minister said screening for suspected patients will be done at railway stations and bus stands.

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Updated Date: Jan 28, 2019 23:49:52 IST

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