2 more people with H1N1 die in Israel

2 more people with H1N1

November 16, 2009 14:45


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Two more people were listed as having died after H1N1 flu infections on Monday. One was a 51-year-old woman who did not suffer from any chronic illness but died of H1N1 complications at Emek Medical Center in Afula. She was only the sixth case with no chronic diseases to die among the four dozen people listed as victims of the virus, even though it is very difficult (without an autopsy) to point to the H1N1 flu as the cause of death. The other victim was a 36-year-old man who did suffer from chronic illness and died at Wolfson Medical Center in Holon.

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