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Soldier in Chiang Mai dies of swine flu

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When a soldier in Chiang Mai died it was initially thought that it was due to a lung infection, however when the family asked for an autopsy in Maharaj Nakorn Chiang Mai hospital the shocking results reviled that he died of H1Ni/2009, a type of swine flu. Since then eleven more soldiers in the Kawila Camp are also ill and showing flu type symptoms.

swine flu thailandHowever, officials have assured the public that the virus is unlikely to spread, as it did in 2009, because of the Tamiful antiviral pill that heals the virus efficiently and is commonly used in army camps. The H1N1 influenza does not normally cause death, but in this case the soldier also had a case of pneumonia that worsened his situation

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