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Steps to deal with H1N1 after first casualty

The death of swine flu patient in Jorhat has forced the Assam government to intensify the measures to curb the killer disease in the state.

The authorities have asked the doctors to provide the best possible treatment to ten others who have been undergoing treatment.

Official sources told Assam Times that the state till date has ten people who have already tested positive.

  The state registered the first one H1N1 death on Monday when a 59 year old man died in the wee hours at the Jorhat Medical College Hospital.

The government further has appealed to the people to remain alert these days. 

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