Channel 2: Two swine flu deaths suspected in Eilat

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July 26, 2009 20:26

 
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Two people who passed away over the last two days at Eilat's Yoseftal Hospital may have died of swine flu, Channel 2 reported Sunday. The TV channel stressed that the two - a 35-year-old man and a two-year-old boy - had been suffering from other illnesses. Lab tests were being conducted and the results were due on Monday. If the results are positive, the two would be the first swine flu deaths in the country.

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