30-year-old Rambabu of Jaisinghpura-khor village near Jaipur died at a private hospital yesterday, the official from the state medical and health department said.

52-year-old Kailash Khandelwal from Dausa died at the SMS hospital on Thursday, the official said.
    
Of the 15 deaths so far, Jaipur has recorded seven, Banswara and Barmer two each while Tonk, Nagaur, Bikaner and Kota have recorded one death each, he said, adding that nine women and six men have succumbed to swine flu.

Of the 262 samples sent for test since January in the state, 62 were found H1N1 positive. Fifteen out of 33 districts were showing scattered presence of H1N1, he said.
    
Meanwhile, state medical and health minister RS Rathore held a high level meeting of medical officers here on Thursday. He directed them to take long-term measures to contain the spread of the dreaded disease and provide immediate testing and treatment facilities to patients.
    
"All government hospitals should undertake strict vigilance and preventive measures for H1N1 disease. They should also launch awareness programmes in the state," Rathore said.

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