Tahsildar dies of H1N1

Updated - February 06, 2015 05:32 am IST

Published - February 06, 2015 12:00 am IST - Bidar:

A man has died of H1N1 and related complications, according to the district surveillance office for detection of communicable diseases here on Thursday.

Baburao Khande, 52, was suffering from lung infection and cardiac disease. He died in a private hospital in Hyderabad on February 2.

He was also a long-term diabetic. His sputum samples were sent to the Kasturba Medical College in Manipal for test.

The test turned out to be positive, M.A. Jabbar, district surveillance officer, said in a release. Khande was a tahsildar.

Dr. Jabbar has appealed to the people not to worry too much about the news.

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