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Three H1N1 deaths in state
News Date: 21st June 2010

Three persons have died of swine flu in Kerala on Sunday as the state bore the brunt of H1N1 cases with the onset of monsoon this year.

All the three deaths were reported from

Thiruvananthapuram district. The three are Sreelakshmi (29) of Kazhakootam, Mini Rajesh (34) of Pappanakunnu and Simi (22) of Edava, who died at the Medical College Hospital.

The three were earlier tested positive for swine flu. Of the 30 new H1N1 cases reported on Sunday, 12 are from Thiruvananthapuram. As many as 6,709 cases of fever have been reported in the state till Sunday. Ernakulam and Thrissur have

reported the highest number of fever cases -- 1,014 and 1,185 respectively.

Source: GNA

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