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Swine Flu Claims 83 Lives in Maharashtra

Swine flu has claimed 83 lives in Maharashtra so far, while 40 of the 205 patients, currently being treated at various hospitals are on ventilator.

Published: 19th February 2015 06:43 PM  |   Last Updated: 19th February 2015 06:43 PM   |  A+A-

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EXTRA CARE: A separate swine flu ward being kept ready at the Coimbatore Medical College Hospital. Express

MUMBAI: Swine flu has claimed 83 lives in Maharashtra so far, while 40 of the 205 patients, currently being treated at various hospitals in the state are on ventilator, an official said.

A statement from the Joint Director of Health services Satish Pawar said that out of the 83 dead, nine persons were residents of other states while one was from Mumbai.

The highest number of patients, who have succumbed to the viral fever in Maharashtra are from Nagpur (22) while nine were from Pune.

According to Pawar, a total of 698 swine flu patients were found in the state. Out of these, 389 patients have been treated and discharged till now.

"Out of the 698 patients, 220 were found in Mumbai, 175 in Nagpur and 184 in Pune," he said.

The official added that 109 patients were diagnosed with the fever today. PTI

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