National Center for Disease Prevention registers two “swine flu” cases


The National Center for Disease Prevention has disclosed that two cases were diagnosed positive for swan flu plus five cases with seasonal influenza.

In a statement, the Center explained that it had Al-Jala’a  hospital, Tripoli due to contracting the sawn flu virus, while another baby is now in the hospital suffering from the same virus awaiting treatment.

Meanwhile, medical treatment and medicines are very decent in Tripoli and other cities’ hospitals, which prevents the medical staff from carrying out their duties well.

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