The city recorded its 20th swine flu death on Saturday with a 60-year-old man succumbing to the virus.

Baban Hangule was admitted in a serious condition to the government-run Sasson Hospital on August 19, officials said.

Authorities were, meanwhile, yet to take a decision on reopening of schools and colleges.

The educational institutions have been closed for a week to prevent spread of the virus, which has claimed the maximum victims in the city since the first fatality was reported on August 3.

The number of positive cases being screened at various centres, too, has not shown a significant decline despite measures initiated by Maharashtra Health Department.

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