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Rising Temp Brings Down Swine Flu Cases In Gujarat 

| Updated: April 4, 2024 17:25

With the onset of summer, the number of Swine Flu cases in Gujarat are decreasing. However, even as a decreasing trend has been observed, officials remain wary of declaring an early end to this season’s flu infections. The H1N1 strain has left 16 people dead in the state in the first 3 months of 2024. The state has reported 768 Swine Flu cases so far in 2024. 

 Swine Flu cases started being reported in January and rose dramatically in February. The trend continued in March and is now showing signs of slowing down in April. As of the second half of March, the state was seeing 150 cases a week. But recently, the number of cases have come down from the peak of 20-22 per day to 10-12 cases per day,” said an official of the Gujarat health department. 

Officials now believe that the peak has been crossed as cases are gradually reducing. However, they are wary since daily numbers can be deceptive. Dr Nilam Patel, Additional Director of Public Health said, “While there is a decreasing trend in cases, we are awaiting weekly figures to take a call on the situation ahead.” 

A total of 16 patients have lost their lives to H1N1 in the first 3 months of 2024. Of these, 4 each were from Ahmedabad city and Rajkot, there were 2 deaths each in Patan and rural Ahmedabad. One person each lost their lives in Botad, Sabarkantha, Junagadh and Mehsana.
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