Health Ministry: 40-year-old woman is 76th swine flu victim

Health Ministry 40-year

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December 28, 2009 19:06

 
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A 40-year-old pregnant woman who suffered from severe illnesses and was also infected with the swine flu virus died in Beersheba's Soroka Hospital on Monday. The woman was hospitalized in November, when she was seven months pregnant. When her condition deteriorated and she lost consciousness, the baby was delivered by Caesarean section and he is now in good medical condition. The woman was the 76th Israeli swine flu fatality, the Health Ministry announced.

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