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 Four new H1N1 cases confirmed in Karachi
 Updated at: 1355 PST,  Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Four new H1N1 cases confirmed in Karachi KARACHI: Four new cases of Swine Flu have been confirmed in Karachi, raising the number of affected people from the disease to 90, Geo News reported Wednesday.

According to statistics issued from Swine Flu Cell of the Sindh Health Department, at least 90 H1N1 cases have been identified from June 2009 to date, of them, 43 are men and 47 others women.

At least six people have died of this disease from June 2009 to date. But, there is not patient suffering from this disease currently under treatment at any hospital.

According to doctors, the people should wash their hands with soaps and avoid going to crowded places; immediately contact the doctor if the symptoms regarding the Swine Flu appear.
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