CAIRO: The Ministry of Health reported four more H1N1 deaths bringing the total in Egypt to 228.
These include a 41-year-old woman from Assiut, a 35-year-old woman from Alexandria, a 27-year-old woman and 59-year-old man from Sharqeya.
Meanwhile, the governors of Giza and Minya ordered the closure of four more schools for a period of seven days.
The Health Ministry announced that a total of 15,135 cases were reported in Egypt since the virus first appeared in Egypt last June. The number of those recovered reached 14,719 cases. There are currently 192 cases being treated at hospitals nationwide.
Furthermore, 5,409 cases of swine flu were reported among students in schools and 839 in universities since the start of the academic year. -Daily News Egypt