77-year-old woman dies after H1N1 flu infection

77-year-old woman dies a

December 2, 2009 15:32


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A 77-year-old woman who suffered from chronic illness and was infected with H1N1 flu virus died on Wednesday at Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer. Although there is no certainty of a connection between his death and the flu, she was listed by the Health Ministry as the 65th Israeli victim of the virus.

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