When the matter came up for hearing on Friday, the amicus curiae submitted a brief note to the court on the endemic spread of vector-borne diseases.
The government is working on a vaccine and stepping up containment measures nationwide.
Swine flu is an infection caused by one of several swine influenza viruses (SIV), with the H1N1 strain being the most common across the country.
District Medical Officer R Renuka said all possible steps were initiated to prevent the spread of the virus and the situation is now under control.
A woman who was undergoing treatment for fever died on Tuesday while she was being brought to the Kottayam Medical College.
While impleading the Central government in the case, the bench appointed senior counsel S Niranjan Reddy as amicus curiae to assist the court in the present case.
Swine flu has staged a comeback in the city as eight cases have been reported in the last two days.
Two people died and 285 were infected with swine flu (H1N1) in Tamil Nadu from January to March 10 this year, data of Integrated Disease Surveillance Programme, Union Health Ministry, show.
According to the data released by the District Health Family Welfare office, 39 cases of swine flu were confirmed in the city as of Thursday.
Swine flu testing facilities are available at Medical College Raipur, Microbiology Department of Jagdalpur Medical College and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Raipur.
Akali MLA Sukhwinder Kumar and AAP MLA Nazar Singh Manshahia drew the attention of the minister towards problem being faced by people in the state due to H1N1 virus.
According to senior officials at Safdarjung Hospital, three deaths due to swine flu have been recorded this season, while Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital has reported 10 fatalities.
Delhi has reported 1,669 cases of swine flu till February 10, the second highest in the country after Rajasthan.
In a rare case, a 24-week-old foetus was protected from swine flu by treating the mother-to-be, who had tested positive for the H1N1 virus.
Delhi so far has witnessed seven deaths due to the H1N1 virus and 1,669 cases of infection, followed by Haryana recording seven deaths and 640 cases.