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Georgian woman recovered from H1N12009-07-22 10:15
Young woman, who had returned from Great Britain to Georgia and had been diagnosed H1N1 (swine flu), said yesterday Paata Imnadze, the head of the national center for control over diseases - Novosti-Gruzia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
According to the previous messages of Georgia Times, the first case of H1N1 was recorded in Georgia in the evening of July 17th.
Yesterday Imnadze said it were her last day under observation. He explained the patient had a slight form of the flu, and her organism managed to beat the disease. There was no need to take her to hospital, she was isolated and treated at home.
Imnadze underlined that all the patient cure institutions of Georgia are ready to receive swine flu suspects. He called on everyone who arrived to Georgia from the countries where that type of flu is detected to turn to the country's hospitals in case symptoms of flu appear within a week.
According to Imnadze, about 50 people turned to hospitals, no H1N1 diagnosed with them.