Via Indian Express :
" While 152 cases were reported and seven people died in 2009, the H1N1 virus claimed one life last year.
In 2010, the health authorities detected only three swine flu cases in Chandigarh, of which one patient died. In 2009, 152 cases of swine flu were reported from the city and seven deaths occurred during the period.
The health authorities in UT said the last swine flu case was detected in August 2010.
“In November and December 2009, we received the highest number of swine flu cases, but not a single case was reported during the corresponding period this year,” said an official in the UT health department. The H1N1 virus, which causes the flu, needs moisture and heat to grow and this is right time for the virus to hit people.
The officer said 63 people died in the region — Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and UT — in 2009 due to swine flu. Out of these 63, seven deaths took place in Chandigarh. In 2010, one person died due to the flu virus in Chandigarh."