Oman reports 64 H1N1 cases in April

Thursday, April 24, 2014
By Paul Martin
April 23, 2014

Muscat: Sixty-four cases of H1N1 infections were recorded in Oman in April, according to an official source at the Ministry of Health.

The source said on Wednesday that only two deaths from the (MERS-CoV) infection were recorded in 2013.

The figure also included minor cases which did not require treatment and some others were admitted to hospitals to receive minor treatment.

The Ministry of Health reaffirmed that it was closely monitoring the situation regarding the MERS Coronavirus. “No new cases were registered,” said Dr Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Saidi, Minister of Health.

Editor: This story has been modified from the original which incorrectly stated 64 cases of Mers rather than H1N1, we apologise for the confusion caused.

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