Pristina, January 5, 2015/Independent Balkan News Agency
By Elton Tota
University Clinic of Kosovo has been recently admitted three cases suspected of swine flu.
Heads of the clinic said that these patients are currently in a non threatening life condition. The head of this clinic, Hamdi Ramadani declared that the three patients are being treated with symptomatic therapy.
“Currently, we’re treating three patients suspected of having been affected by swine flu. One of them has been released from hospital, while the two others are undergoing tests”, said Ramadani.
Swine flu has claimed 18,400 lives throughout the world since its first appearance in April 2009 in Mexico. /ibna/