Two more Israelis with swine flu in serious condition

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July 22, 2009 16:26

 
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Two more Israelis have contracted swine flu and are currently in serious condition, health officials said Wednesday. A 50-year-old man diagnosed with the virus was admitted to the emergency room at Holon's Wolfson Hospital with a severe case of pneumonia. A young woman also suffering from pneumonia and swine flu was being treated at Sheba Hospital in Tel Hashomer.

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