• In the last three months, NIV has tested 1,000 samples for H1N1, of which 60 per cent were IT professionals. A majority of them are from cities like Bangalore, Chennai and Pune.

Schools Reporting H1N1[edit | edit source]

  • Abhinava Vidyalaya,
  • Symbiosis School,
  • Sevasadan School,
  • New India School
  • Bal Shikshan Mandir
  • Springdale School
  • Vidya Valley School
  • St Annes School
  • St. Helenas School
  • New English School

Tracking the spread[edit | edit source]

Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 78 This is an aggregated report based on 17 reports near the same location. Report Date: 7/27/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 8 Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 45,235 passengers have been screened on 26.7.2009 of which 36,334 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 39,24,587 passengers have been screened. Twenty five new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (7), Pune (8), Chennai (4), Hyderabad (3), Bangalore (1), Chandigarh UT (1) and Patiala, Punjab (1) Out of the seven cases in Delhi, two cases [49/F and 26/M] travelled from Singapore by Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 190 transiting Kuala Lumpur reaching Delhi on 25th July 2009. As they were found to be symptomatic at the airport, they were detected during the screening at the airport. The third case is a 58 year old male who travelled from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by flight no SV 0758 reaching Delhi on 26th July 2009. He was also detected at the airport. The fourth case [15/male] is a contact case of a previously reported positive case. The fifth case [35/F] who travelled from Bangkok by Thai Airways TG 316 reaching Delhi on 15th July 2009. She reported with symptoms on 25th July at the identified health facility. The sixth case [14/M] is a contact case of previously reported case. The seventh case [19/M] travelled from Singapore transiting Bangkok by Cathay Pacific flight CX 721 reaching Delhi on 22nd July 2009. She self reported with symptoms on 26th July at the identified health facility. Out of the four cases in Chennai, two cases of a family [37/F and 8/F] They were found symptomatic at the airport. The third case [12/F] travelled from U.K via Doha reaching Chennai on 25th July. As she was found symptomatic at the airport, she were detected at the airport. The fourth case [17/M] travelled from Singapore reaching Chennai on 24th July. He self reported at the identified health facility on 25th July. Out of the three cases in Hyderabad one [30/F] is a contact case of a previously reported positive case. The second case [11/F] travelled from UK by Jet Airways Flight 9W 117 via Mumbai by 9W 451 reaching Hyderabad on 22nd July. She self reported with symptoms on 24th July and was admitted in the identified health facility. The third case [54/M] travelled from Saudi Arabia by Oman Airways Flight reaching Hyderabad on 23rd July. He reported at the identified health facility with symptoms on 24th July. The lone case [28/M] in Bangalore is a contact of a known positive case. The single case [23/M] in Chandigarh travelled from Bangkok by Jet Airways Flight 9W 063 reaching Delhi on 23rd July and further proceeding to Patiala by road. He started having symptoms on 23rd July and got admitted at identified health facility at Chandigarh. The case [16/M] in Patiala travelled from Singapore by Cathay Pacific Flight CX 712 reaching Delhi on 22nd July 2009 and proceeded to Patiala by Taxi. He reported with symptoms on 25th July and got admitted at the identified health facility. 2077 persons have been tested so far out of which 454 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 440 out of the 2077 persons have been identified through entry screening, 385 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 454 positive cases, 311 have been discharged. Rest of them remain admitted. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=51069 Report Date: 7/28/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 7 Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 42,138 passengers have been screened on 27.7.2009 of which 34,360 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 39, 66,725 passengers have been screened. Twenty one new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (5), Pune (7), Gurgaon (2), Bangalore (2), Mumbai (1) Hyderabad (1), Kozhikode (1), Trivandrum (1) and Amritsar, Punjab (1) Out of the Five Cases in Delhi, four cases [25/F, 2/M, 13/M and 15/M] are contacts of previously reported cases. The fifth case [10/M] travelled from Frankfurt by Lufthansa Flight LH 760 reaching Delhi on 27 July 2009. He was found to be symptomatic at the airport and was admitted to the identified health facility. All seven cases [15/F, 15/F, 7/M, 15/M, 11/M, 35/M, 41/M] in Pune are contacts of previously reported cases are admitted in the identified health facility. The two cases in Gurgaon [18/F, 46/F] are contacts of a previously reported positive case. They self reported with symptoms on 26 July 2009 and remain admitted to the identified health facility. Out of the two cases from Bangalore, the first case is 26 year old female who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. She was found to be symptomatic on 26 July 2009 and stays admitted to the identified health facility. The second case is a 27 year old female who travelled from New Jersey, USA by British Airways Flight BA 119 reaching Bangalore on 21 July 2009. She developed symptoms on 25 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The case[23/F] in Mumbai travelled from Bangkok by Cathay Pacific Flight CX 709 reaching Mumbai on 25 July 2009. She developed symptoms on 26 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The case in Hyderabad is 36 year old female who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. She self reported with symptoms on 26 July and stays admitted to the identified health facility. The lone case [8/F] in Kozhikode travelled from Bahrain by Bahrain Air Flight No 2B 515 reaching Kozhikode on 26 July, 2009.She was detected to b symptomatic at the airport and was admitted to the identified health facility is a contact of a known positive case. The case in Trivandrum is a 1 year old male who travelled from London by Emirates Flight EK 522 reaching Trivandrum on 19 July 2009. He self reported with symptoms on 26 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility The case from Amritsar is a 19 year old male who travelled from Malaysia by Malaysian Airlines Flight MH 190 reaching Delhi on 24 July 2009 and further travelled to Amritsar by Shatabdi Express on 25 July 2009. He was found to be symptomatic on 26 July and was admitted to the identified facility. 2184 persons have been tested so far out of which 475 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 452 out of the 2077 persons have been identified through entry screening, 420 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 475 positive cases, 353 have been discharged. Rest of them remain admitted. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=51125 Report Date: 7/29/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 11 Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 41,129 passengers have been screened on 28.7.2009 of which 29,242 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 40, 07,854 passengers have been screened. Twenty three positive cases are reported today: Delhi (5), Pune (11), Cochin (2), Calicut (1), Hyderabad (1), Chandigarh UT (1), Roorkee (1) and Gurgaon (1) In Delhi out of the five cases, three [12/F, 12/F, 36/F,] are contacts of previously reported positive cases. The fourth case [52/M] travelled from Riyadh by Air India Flight AI 9826 reaching Delhi on 23/7/09. He reported with symptoms at the identified health facility on 28th July. The fifth case is a 26 year old female who travelled from Singapore by Jet Airways Flight 9W 0063 reaching Delhi on 21st July. She reported with symptoms at the identified health facility on 27th July. In Pune, nine [9/M, 17/F, 15/M, 14/F, 30/F, 8/M, 7/M, 7/M, and 14/M] of the eleven cases are contacts of previously reported positive cases. The tenth case [21/M] travelled from U.K by Jet Airways Flight 9W 0119 reaching Mumbai on 21st July. Both his parents were also tested positive earlier. He reported with symptoms on 28th July. The eleventh case [38/M] travelled from London by Air India Flight AI 112 reaching Delhi on 16th July and proceeding to Pune by India Airlines Flight on 16th July. He reported on 28th July with symptoms of fever, body-ache, sore-throat since 22nd July. The two cases in Cochin [37/F and 38/F] travelled from Toronto by Emirates Flight EK 532 transiting Dubai reaching Calicut on 26th July. They were detected with symptoms at the airport and admitted in the identified health facility. The lone case [4/F] in Calicut is a contact case of previously reported positive case. In Hyderabad the single case [41/M] travelled from Bahrain, Saudi Arabia by Arab Airlines Flight no. WY 835 reaching Hyderabad on 24th July 2009. He reported with symptoms on 27th July. In Chandigarh the case [26/F] travelled from Singapore by Singapore Airlines Flight SQ 408 reaching Delhi on 24th July and proceeding on road to Mohali. She reported with symptoms on 27th July. In Roorkee, the case [33/M] travelled from Jakarta via Kuala Lumpur by Malaysian Airlines Flight no. MH 710 and MH 190 reaching Delhi on 23rd July and he further travelled by Taxi to Roorkee. He reported with symptoms on 24th July. The case [31/F] in Gurgaon is a contact case of previously reported positive case 2252 persons have been tested so far out of which 498 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 481 out of the 2252 persons have been identified through entry screening, 351 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 498 positive cases, 273 have been discharged. Rest of them remains admitted to the identified health facility. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=51209 Report Date: 7/30/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 3 Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 43,609 passengers have been screened on 29.7.2009 of which 32,347 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 40, 51463 passengers have been screened. Eleven positive cases are reported today: Delhi (4), Pune (3), Calicut (2), Cochin (1), and Hyderabad (1) In Delhi out of the four cases, three cases, [12/F, 12/M, 7/F,] are contacts of previously reported positive cases. The fourth case [12/M] travelled from Muscat, Oman by Oman Air Flight no WY0813 reaching Delhi on 28 July 2009.He was found to be symptomatic at the airport and was admitted to the identified health facility. In Pune, all the three cases [11/F, 11/F, and 11/M] are contacts of previously reported positive cases. Out of the two cases in Calicut, the first case is a 31 year old male who travelled from Georgia, US by Air India Flight AI 636 transiting Dubai and further travelled by Indian Airlines Flight IC 161 from Mumbai reaching Calicut on 24 July 2009. He self reported with symptoms and remains admitted to the identified health facility. The second case is a 31 year old male who travelled from Singapore by Silk Air Flight MI 468 reaching Calicut on 28 July 2009. He was found to be symptomatic at the airport and was admitted to the identified health facility The lone case [20/M] in Cochin travelled from Singapore by Silk Air Flight MI 468 reaching Cochin on 22 July 2009.He developed symptoms on 27 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. In Hyderabad the single case [5/M] is a contact of a previously reported positive case. 2326 persons have been tested so far out of which 509 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 518 out of the 2326 persons have been identified through entry screening, 470 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 509 positive cases, 365 have been discharged. Rest of them remains admitted to the identified health facility. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=51277 Report Date: 7/31/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 10 Sixteen positive cases are reported today: Pune (10), Hyderabad (2), Delhi (1), Gurgaon (1), Chandigarh (1), and Imphal, Manipur (1), Out of the ten cases in Pune, nine cases [13/M, 8/M, 9/F, 11/F, 13/M, 9/M, 11/M, 12/F, and 11/F] are contacts of previously reported positive cases. The tenth case is a 21 year old male who travelled from London by British Airways Flight BA 119 reaching Mumbai on 25 July 2009 and further travelled to Pune by car on the same day. He was found symptomatic on 30 July, 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. Out of the two cases in Hyderabad, the first case is a 24 year old male who travelled from Dubai by Air India Express Flight IX 632 reaching Hyderabad on 28 July 2009. He developed symptoms on 29 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The second case is a 16 year old male who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. He was found to be symptomatic on 29 July and was admitted to the identified health facility. The lone case in Delhi [15/M] is a contact of a previously reported positive case. The case from Gurgaon is a 6 year old male who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. The lone case in Chandigarh [17/M] is a contact of a previously reported positive case. The case from Imphal is a 19 year old female who travelled from Singapore by Air India Flight AI 0481 reaching Delhi on July 2009 and further travelled to Imphal by Indigo Airlines Flight no 6E 201 on 23 July 2009.. She self reported with symptoms on 29 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. 2361 persons have been tested so far out of which 525 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 529 out of the 2361 persons have been identified through entry screening, 489 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 525 positive cases, 369 have been discharged. Rest of them remains admitted to the identified health facility. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=51354 Report Date: 6/22/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 1 Four more people in different parts of the country tested positive for the influenza A (H1N1) Monday, taking the total number of people affected by the flu virus in India to 63. The condition of a 66-year-old woman, who contracted the flu from her son, deteriorated and she was put on ventilator in a hospital in Delhi. \'The woman tested positive June 17 and was shifted to Deen Dayal Updhayay Hospital. She is said to have a chronic respiratory illness and her condition deteriorated Sunday and she was put on ventilator. She continues to be on ventilator. A group of experts is attending to her,\' a health ministry official said. \'Four new cases - two from Delhi and one each from Mumbai and Pune - tested positive for the swine flu in India Monday,\' the official said. In Delhi, a 25-year-old man who came from the US and self reported to an identified health facility with complaints of sore throat June 20 was tested positive for the flu. Source: http://www.newkerala.com/nkfullnews-1-60292.html Report Date: 7/3/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 1 Correspondent New Delhi, India (AHN) - India detected four more cases of the deadly Influenza A (H1N1) virus on Thursday, taking the total cases to 120, health officials said. The four new cases are reported from Gurgaon, Bangalore, Pune and Cochin. The case in Gurgaon is of a six-year-old girl who travelled from Houston of the United States to New Delhi via Chicago. She reported symptoms of fever, running nose and vomiting. The case in Bangalore is that of a four-year-old girl who travelled from U.S. via Singapore by on June 30. She showed symptoms of fever and cough admitted to the isolation health facility, the zeenews.com reported. Source: http://www.gantdaily.com/news/71/ARTICLE/56013/2009-07-03.html Report Date: 7/10/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 1 Health officials said of the five new laboratory-confirmed cases, two were from Delhi, followed by and one each from Bangalore, Mumbai and Pune. In Delhi, a father-son duo were detected with the virus. The 31-year-old man had travelled from Bangkok and reached Delhi July 2. On July 8, he developed swine-flu like symptoms. The man\'s eight-year-old son also developed fever. Both tested positive for the flu Friday. In Bangalore, a five-year old girl who had come from New York with her family tested positive Friday. Source: http://www.newkerala.com/nkfullnews-1-71087.html Report Date: 7/14/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 1 India Tuesday reported 17 new swine flu cases, taking the total number of people infected with the influenza A(H1N1) virus to 229 while a whopping number of 88 are in hospitals, a health ministry official said Tuesday. \'So far, about 1,246 people have been tested, of whom 229 are positive for Influenza A(H1N1). Out of the total people tested for the virus, 370 were identified through airport screening,\' the official said. \'Of the 229 positive cases, 141 have been discharged. Rest of them - 88 people - remain admitted to the identified health facility,\' a health ministry statement said. The 17 new cases have been reported from Chennai (6), Ahmedabad (1), Pune (1), Hyderabad (3) Kolkata (2), Thiruvananthapuram (2), Delhi (1), and Bangalore (1). Health officials said most of the swine flu cases detected Tuesday are children who had returned from a yearlong study tour in the US. The children had travelled by American Airlines and had reached Delhi July 4 and after staying here for three days, they flew off to their homes. In Chennai, of the six cases reported, four are of those children who had gone for the study tour. A total of 40 children had gone under the yearlong exchange programme through an NGO and had traveled back to India from Chicago. These children belong to Maharashtra (9), Gujarat (18), Karnataka (1), Tamil Nadu (7) and Delhi (5). One child who tested positive for the flu transmitted the virus to his grandmother in Chennai, officials said here. In Ahmedabad, a person who came in contact with a US-returned child tested positive for the flu, was found to be infected with the virus. In Pune, one of the children from the same US returned group was tested positive for the swine flu. Last week, in Ahmedabad two people belonging to the group of 40 had tested positive for the flu. In Kolkatta, a 45-year-old man and his 10-year-old daughter tested positive for the flu. They had come from London via Delhi and reached Kolkata July 11. In Thiruvananthapuram, a nine-year old boy and a seven-year-old girl tested positive for the swine flu. Their mother had earlier been found infected with the virus. Source: http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?a=jhovavdggjb&title=17_new_swine_flu_cases_push_India_tally_to_229_88_in_hospital Report Date: 7/18/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 5 The youngest to test positive for the virus is an 11-month-old boy. \"So far 1,506 people have been tested out of which 285 are positive for influenza A (H1N1). Of the 285 positive cases, 178 have been discharged,\" a statement said here. The 17 new confirmed cases were reported from Delhi (7), Pune (5), Cochin (2), Thiruvananthapuram (1), Kozhikode (1) and Goa (1). The 11-month-old boy with swine flu is from Delhi. The child had travelled from New York to Delhi on July 14. Two days later, he developed flu-like symptoms. Two brothers, 14 and 10 years old, and two sisters, aged nine and two-and-a-half-years, also tested positive today. According to Anjana Prakash, additional nodal officer for swine flu with the Delhi government, 10 students were admitted at various identified health facilities with flu like symptoms. Of the total, four tested positive. The reports of six are awaited. All these students are from four prestigious public schools in the national capital. \"We have reiterated to the school authorities to ensure that if any student shows flu-like symptoms the child should be immediately sent home,\" she said. \"There is nothing to panic. But people need to be cautious,\" Prakash told media. In Pune, all five cases, four girls and a boy all in their early teens, got the virus from infected persons. In Kochi, one of the two cases is of a nine-year old boy. He had come from London on July 17. And as he was suffering from fever and cough, he was taken to the identified facility. His test was positive for swine flu. In Thiruvananthapuram, a 10-year-old girl, who travelled from Britain via Dubai, was found to be suffering from flu-like symptoms. In Kozhikode, a 15-year-old girl was detected with swine flu, while in Goa, a 20-year-old man tested positive. (IANS) Source: http://www.headlinesindia.com/health-and-science-news/animal-disease/indias-swine-flu-tally-up-to-285-17263.html Report Date: 7/19/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 1 Thirteen new swine flu cases were reported Sunday, taking the total number of influenza A(H1N1) virus cases to 298 in India, health officials said here. \'A total of 1,549 people have been tested so far, of whom 298 are positive for influenza A(H1N1),\' a statement issued here said, adding that 181 people have been discharged from the health facilities. Health officials said 13 new laboratory-confirmed cases were reported from Delhi (3), Chandigarh (2), Punjab (1), Kerala (1), Gurgaon (3), Hyderabad (2) and Pune (1). Of the three cases in Delhi, a 13-year-old girl and a 15-year-old boy tested positive. They contracted the virus from those who had been tested positive earlier, the officials said. The third case is of a seven-year-old boy, who travelled from London and reached Delhi July 18. He was detected at the airport as he was found to be having fever, headache and running nose. He was admitted to an identified health facility and was detected with the virus Sunday. In Chandigarh, two cases were reported: a 29-year-old doctor with the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), who recently attended a seminar in Britain, and a 50-year-old woman who returned from Singapore July 14. H.C. Gera, the union territory\'s nodal officer for swine flu cases, said: \'Both patients were complaining of sore throat and running nose. After seeing their travel history, we took precautionary measures and admitted them in isolated wards.\' The doctor is admitted in PGIMER while the woman is in a government hospital. In Punjab\'s Roopnagar, an eight-year-old boy, who had travelled from Singapore via Bangkok and had reached Delhi July 12, was detected with the flu. In Kerala\'s Kasargod area, a six-year-old boy was found to be infected with the virus. The boy came from Sharjah to Kozhikode July 14. He was admitted to the hospital July 16 after he showed flu-like symptoms. Officials said in Gurgaon, three girl students aged 14, 11 and eight years contracted the virus through another school student. In Hyderabad, two people were tested positive for the flu. The two patients - a physician from Riyadh and a software engineer from Malaysia - have been quarantined at the Andhra Pradesh Chest Hospital, the nodal centre to deal with swine flu cases in the city. Doctors said the two landed in the city last week with swine flu symptoms. This has taken to 39 Hyderabad city\'s swine flu tally since May 16, when India\'s first case was reported there. Of them, 30 have been treated and discharged, state authorities said. In Pune, a 13-year old girl got the flu after she came in touch with another student in her school who had the infection. Source: http://sify.com/news/fullstory.php?a=jhtvktdjdhh&title=India_s_swine_flu_tally_jump_to_298 Report Date: 7/20/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 2 India\'s swine flu cases continue to rise with 11 more people detected with influenza A (H1N1) virus Monday, taking the tally to 308 in the country. \"So far, 1,595 people have been tested so far, of whom 308 are positive for Influenza A virus,\" a statement issued here said. Of the 308 positive cases, 183 have been discharged, it added. Children continue to test positive for the flu. The 11 new confirmed cases have been reported from Delhi (4), Hyderabad (2), Pune (2), Cochin (2) and Chennai (1). Of the four cases in Delhi, one is an 18-year-old boy, who had travelled from Singapore, and had reached the national capital July 9. \"He reported with symptoms of cough and sore-throat at the identified health facility July 18,\" it said. His test confirmed Monday that he has the flu. Two girls - 17 years and 12 years - got the virus through a contact in a school in Delhi. In Hyderabad, an eight-year-old girl, who travelled from London via Delhi, Jaipur and finally reached Hyderabad on July 15, tested positive for the flu. The other case is of a 25-year-old man, who had come from London via Dubai, reaching Hyderabad on July 18, was found to be infected with the influenza. In Pune, two cases were reported. Both are boys - 13 and 10 years - and got the virus through a person who had the flu earlier. In Cochin, an 18-year-old girl, who travelled from London via Doha, reaching Cochin July 16, tested positive. In Chennai, a 12-year-old girl, who travelled from London via Frankfurt, reaching Chennai July 16, tested positive for swine flu, officials said here. Source: http://www.expressbuzz.com/edition/story.aspx?Title=Indias+swine+flu+cases+go+up+to+308&artid=Crc/bbMbQzY=&SectionID=b7ziAYMenjw=&MainSectionID=b7ziAYMenjw=&SEO=swine+flu,+India&SectionName=pWehHe7IsSU= Report Date: 7/21/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 2 India confirmed 15 more cases of the deadly Influenza A (H1N1) virus on Tuesday, taking the total cases to 323, health ministry officials said. Of the 15 cases that tested positive for swine flu, six came from New Delhi, two from each Chenni, Pune and Vishakhapatnum and one from each Gurgaon, Trivandrum and Dehradun, a health ministry press statement said. Two of the six cases in the national capital, New Delhi is 15 year old female is a school contact of a previously reported positive case, the statement said, adding that the second case is a 15 year old male. Meanwhile, a school in Pune was closed for a week due to a rise in the number of students with the Influenza A (H1N1) virus, according to a local news report. Source: http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7015855579?India%20Confirms%2015%20More%20Cases%20Of%20Swine%20Flu#ixzz0MNf6GhK7 Report Date: 7/22/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 4 World Health Organization has reported 94,512 laboratory confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection from 135 countries as on 6th July 2009. There have been 429 deaths. There is no further update. Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 41,179 passengers have been screened on 21.7.2009 of which 28202 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 36, 95,384 passengers have been screened. Twenty new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (8), Hyderabad (4), Pune (4), Chennai (1), Cochin (1), Calicut (1) and Trivandrum (1). Out of the eight cases in Delhi, five [4/M, 17/F, 12/F, 15/F, 13/F] are contact cases of previously reported positive cases in Delhi. The sixth one is a 38 year old male who travelled from Tanzania by reaching Mumbai on 18th June 2009. He further travelled to Delhi by Rajdhani Express on 20th July and self reported with symptoms to the identified health facility. The seventh case is a 22 year old male who travelled from Australia by Cathay Pacific Flight CX 751 reaching Delhi on 20th July. As he was found to be having symptoms during health screening at the airport, he was admitted in the isolation facility. The eighth case is 37 years old male who travelled to Chandigarh and Mandu/Indore in Madhya Pradesh. He reported with symptoms to a private facility on 18th July and was referred to the identified health facility on 19th July. Out of the four cases, two of the cases [3/F, 7/F] in Hyderabad are close family contacts of previously reported case. The third and fourth cases are mother [27/F] and child [5/M] who travelled from USA via Dubai by Emirates Flight EK 524 reaching Hyderabad on 17th July. They reported with symptoms to the identified health facility on 18th July. Out of the four cases, three [10/F, 72/F, 6/F] of them are contact cases of previously reported positive cases in Pune. The fourth one is a 30 year old male who travelled from Australia via Hongkong by Cathay Pacific Flight CX 134 and CX 709 reaching Mumbai on 19th July 2009. She developed symptoms and was admitted to the identified facility on 21st July 2009. The case in Chennai is a 52 year old female who travelled from London reaching Chennai on 18th July. She developed symptoms on 19th July 2009 and was isolated. The case in Cochin is a 46 year old female who travelled from UK reaching Mumbai by Air India flight AI 130 and as from there to Cochin by Air India flight AI 690. She reported with symptoms to the identified health facility on 19th July 2009 and was admitted. The case in Calicut case is a 31 year old male who travelled from Riyadh in Saudi Arabia by Air India Flight AI 922 reaching Calicut on 19th July 2009. He reported with symptoms on 20th July and was admitted to the identified health facility. The case in Trivandrum is a 25 year old male doctor who is a workplace contact of a previously reported positive case. 1695 persons have been tested so far out of which 342 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 510 out of the 1695 persons have been identified through entry screening, 237 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 342 positive cases, 234 have been discharged. Rest of them remain admitted to the identified health facility. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=50838 Report Date: 7/23/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 4 World Health Organization has reported 94,512 laboratory confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection from 135 countries as on 6th July 2009. There have been 429 deaths. There is no further update. Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 42,250 passengers have been screened on 22.7.2009 of which 33,509 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 37, 37,634 passengers have been screened. Twenty nine new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (7), Bangalore (6) Chennai (4), Pune (4), Hyderabad (3), Trivandrum (2), Goa (2) and Coimbatore (1) Out of the seven cases in Delhi six [12/F, 13/M, 16/F, 12/F, 52/F, 11/F] are contact cases of previously reported positive cases. The seventh case is a 26 year old female who travelled from Dubai (UAE) by Emirates Flight no EK 516 reaching Delhi on 12th July. She developed fever and cough six days back and reported to the identified health facility on 21st July. Out of the six cases in Bangalore, one is a contact case (42/M) of a previously reported positive case. The second and third cases [29/M and 24/M] travelled from Bangkok by Thai Airways flight TG 325 reaching Bangalore on 21st July. Both were of them were found symptomatic during screening at the airport and are admitted in the identified health facility. The fourth case is a 31 year old male who travelled from UK by Lufthansa Airlines Flight no. LH 754 reaching Bangalore on 16th July 2009. He developed symptoms two days back and was admitted in the identified health facility. The fifth case is a four year old male who travelled from London, UK by Kingfisher Flight IT 002 reaching Bangalore on 21st July 2009. During screening at the airport he was found to be symptomatic and was admitted in the identified health facility. The sixth case is a 38 year old male who travelled from UK reaching Bangalore on 14th July 2009. He reported with symptoms to the identified health facility on 21st July. Out of the four cases in Chennai, three are of a family [4/M, 9/F, 11/F] who travelled from UK by Gulf Air GF 02 and GF 0068 reaching Chennai on 21st July 2009. During the screening at the airport, they were found to be symptomatic and were admitted in the isolation facility. The fourth case [3/F] travelled from Dubai by Air India Flight IC 906 reaching Chennai on 21st July 2009. During the screening at the airport, they were found to be symptomatic and were admitted in the isolation facility. In Pune, all the four cases [10/M, 12/F, 5/M, 11/F] are contact cases of previously reported positive cases. Of the three cases in Hyderabad, one [30/M] is a contact case of a previously reported positive case. The second case is a 30 year old male who travelled from UK by Emirates Flight EK 524 reaching Hyderabad on 18th July 2009. He developed symptoms on 19th and reported to the identified health facility. The third case is 31 year old female who travelled from USA by Emirates flight EK 216 and EK 524 reaching Hyderabad on 17th July. She reported with symptoms on 20th July to the identified health facility. One [6/F] of the two cases in Trivandrum travelled from UK by Emirates Flight EK 522 reaching Trivandrum on 16th July. She reported with symptoms and was admitted to the identified health facility on 20th July. The other case is a 14 year old female who also travelled from UK by Emirates Flight EK 522 reaching Trivandrum on 16th July. She also reported with symptoms and was admitted to the identified health facility on 20th July. One [40/M] of the two cases in Goa is a contact of a previously reported case who developed symptoms on 20th July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The second case is a 30 year old male who travelled from UK by Jet Airways Flight 9W 473 reaching Goa on 18th July 2009. He developed symptoms and reported to the identified health facility on 20th July. The case [17/M] in Coimbatore is a contact of a previously reported positive case. 1774 persons have been tested so far out of which 371 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 539 out of the 1774 persons have been identified through entry screening, 271 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 371 positive cases, 237 have been discharged. Rest of them remain admitted to the identified health facility. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=50902 Report Date: 7/25/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 10 Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 47,014 passengers have been screened on 24.7.2009 of which 37,456 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 38,32,253 passengers have been screened. Twenty one new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (2), Pune (10), Jaipur (4), Vishakhapatnam (2), Hyderabad (1), Cochin (1) and Bangalore (1). Out of the 2 cases in Delhi, the first is a 14 Year Old Female who travelled from UK by Virgin Airlines flight VS 300 reaching Delhi on 5 July 2009. She became symptomatic on 22 July 2009 and was admitted to identified health facility. The other case in Delhi is a 30 Year old male who arrived from Singapore by Cathay Pacific flight no. CX 751 reaching Delhi 23 July 2009. He was found symptomatic at the Airport and was admitted to the identified health facility. All 10 cases in Pune were contact cases of previously reported positive cases. Two of the contacts (5/F & 25/F) developed symptoms on 23 July and were admitted. Eight others (38/F; 11/F; 28/M; 10/M; 10/F; 16/M; 10/M & 13/F) developed symptoms and were admitted to the identified health facility on 24 July 2009. All four cases (50/F; 15/F; 38/F & 13/F) in Jaipur belong to one household/family and are contacts of a previously reported positive case. They developed symptoms on 23 and 24 July and self reported to the identified health facility. Two cases (5m/F & 48/M) reported on the day from Vishakhapatnam belong to the same family and are contacts of a previously reported case in Vishakhapatnam. The case is Hyderabad is a 54 year old male who travelled from US to Hyderabad by Emirates Airlines flight no. EK 526 via Dubai reaching 21 July. He self reported with symptoms on 23 July and was admitted to the identified health facility. The case (74/F) in Cochin is household contact of a previously reported positive case. She developed symptoms on 23 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The case (24/M) in Bangalore travelled from Seoul in South Korea via Hongkong by Cathay Pacific Flight no. CX 152 reaching Bangalore on 20 July 2009. He self reported with symptoms on 22 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. 1946 persons have been tested so far out of which 413 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 570 out of the 1946 persons have been identified through entry screening, 333 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 413 positive cases, 294 have been discharged. Rests of them remain admitted. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=50971 Report Date: 7/26/2009 Reported Location: Pune, Maharashtra, India Confirmed Cases: 7 World Health Organization has reported 94,512 laboratory confirmed cases of influenza A/H1N1 infection from 135 countries as on 6th July 2009. There have been 429 deaths. There is no further update. Health screening of passengers coming from affected countries is continuing in 22 International airports. 47,099 passengers have been screened on 25.7.2009 of which 36, 275 passengers were from affected countries. 224 doctors and 112 paramedics are manning 81 counters at these airports. A cumulative total of 38, 79,352 passengers have been screened. Sixteen new laboratory confirmed cases have been reported today: Delhi (4), Pune (7), Gurgaon (1), Hyderabad (1), Kozhikode (2) and Bangalore (1). Out of the 4 cases in Delhi, the first case is a 15 year old male who travelled from Singapore by Cathay Pacific Flight CX 708 transiting Bangkok, reaching Delhi on 22 July 2009. He became symptomatic on 25 July 2009 and was admitted to an identified health facility. The second case in Delhi is a 52 year old male who arrived from Malaysia by Malaysian Airline flight no. MH 190 reaching Delhi 24 July 2009. He was found symptomatic at the Airport and was admitted to the identified health facility. The third case is a 24 year old male who travelled from Sydney, Australia by China Airlines flight no. CI 0181 reaching Delhi on 24 July 2009. He was detected at the airport with fever and was admitted to the identified health facility. The fourth case in Delhi is 20 year old male who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. He was found to be symptomatic on 24 July 2005 and stays admitted at an identified health facility. Out of the 7 cases in Pune, five cases are contact cases of previously reported positive cases. One case (11/M) developed symptoms on 24 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The other four cases (6/F; 15/M; 14/M; 14/F) developed symptoms on 25 July 2009 and were admitted to the identified health facility. The sixth and seventh cases in Pune are a 53 year old male and a 50 year old female who travelled from London,UK by Jet Airways flight 9W 0119 reaching Mumbai on 11 July 2009. They self reported with symptoms and were admitted to an identified health facility. The case from Gurgaon is a 17 year old male, who is a contact of a previously reported positive case. He was found to be symptomatic on 25 July 2009 and got admitted to the identified health facility. The case in Hyderabad is a 5 year old male who is contact of a previously reported positive case. He self reported with symptoms on 24 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. Out of the two cases in Kozhikode one is a 38 year old male who travelled from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia by Air India Flight no.AI 922 reaching Kozhikode on 19 July 2009. He self reported with symptoms on 24 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The second case from Kozhikode is a 48 year old male who travelled from Abu Dhabi, UAE by Air India Express Flight no. IX 348 reaching Kozhikode on 20 July 2009. He developed symptoms on 24 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. The lone case in Bangalore (37/F) is a contact of a previously reported positive case. She self reported with symptoms on 24 July 2009 and was admitted to the identified health facility. 1996 persons have been tested so far out of which 429 are positive for Influenza A H1N1 [Swine]. 421 out of the 1946 persons have been identified through entry screening, 353 through contact tracing and the rest were self reported. Of the 429 positive cases, 298 have been discharged. Rest of them remain admitted. Source: http://pib.nic.in/release/release.asp?relid=50977

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