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Araku MP Kothapalli Geetha hit by Swine flu

Araku MP Kothapalli Geetha hit by Swine flu
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Araku MP Kothapalli Geetha Hit by Swine Flu. Swine flu has brought both the states together in spite of bifurcation blues. Yesterday, the Telengana Government gave full support to its swine flu affected neighborhood with tests at the IPM on a war footing . Perhaps it was a case of a Parliament member Kothapalli Geeta.

Swine flu has brought both the states together in spite of bifurcation blues. Yesterday, the Telengana Government gave full support to its swine flu affected neighborhood with tests at the IPM on a war footing . Perhaps it was a case of a Parliament member Kothapalli Geeta.

Three more persons died of swine flu on Sunday at Gandhi Hospital, taking the overall death toll to 43 in Telangana this January. The Araku MP has been admitted to a corporate Hospital in Visakhapatnam for chest pain where her swine flu virus was detected after the sample swabs were sent to IPM at Hyderabad.

However, doctors say that her health condition is stable and she will recover soon. This has created disquiet among the general public as the MP itself is down with swine flu. Reports doing rounds suggest that Kothapalli Geetha,who has been staying away from all YSRCP activities for the past six months, is expected to join the TDP.

While the virus is playing havoc in Hyderabad and other Telangana towns, it has gradually picked up momentum and spreading its tentacles in Andhra Pradesh too where more than four deaths have been reported in the last one week with majority of victims from coastal city of Visakhapatnam .

Telengana Health officials have made a formal request to researchers from National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune, and National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), New Delhi, to visit Hyderabad and take up a thorough study on the virulence of H1N1 virus.

The virus which played dormant for three years since 2010 havoc in the country and Hyderabad has once again raised its head in the state capital. Health officials privately say that growing garbage menace in the city and scant respect of citizens and bureaucrats for community cleanliness and public sanitation on the streets of Hyderabad were the main causes for such a plight. "Garbage clearance of Hyderabad needs a stringent handling," says the former Mayor of GHMC Mohammed Majid Hussain

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