India’s MoH Deploys Experts To Study Increase In H1N1 Cases, Asks State Governments To Examine Mortality Patterns

New York Times: India Deploys Expert Teams to Study Rise in Flu Cases
“Indian officials this week scrambled to cope with a rise in cases of the flu, which they say has sickened thousands of people and caused the deaths of 700 since the beginning of January. The Health Ministry has deployed teams of experts to five regions where the largest numbers of cases have emerged, and asked state governments to study ‘patterns in mortality’…” (Barry/Kumar, 2/19).

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