India: 'Possible' cases of Swine Flu quarantined
New Delhi, May 2: Three passengers who landed in India and reportedly show the symptoms of Swine Flu have been quarantined at Delhi's Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) hospital.
Two of the three passengers, Paramjit Kaur and Jagjivaan Singh were flying in from Chicago while the other passenger, Ashwini flew in from London on Friday, May 1.
These people show classical symptoms of H1N1 flu infection such as cough, cold, fever and upper respiratory infection and were sent to RML hospital on Saturday morning, May 2.
Paramjit has reported to have been suffering from fever for the past 5 days while Jagjivaan has had fever, sore throat and upper respiratory diseases for past 12 days. The two hailing from Fatehabad Sahib in Punjab, had visited affected American states of Texas and Chicago.
Ashwini from London has not reported travelling to any of the affected places but shows symptoms.
RML hospital has assured that it has the necessary facilities to handle the situation.