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KOZHIKODE: Two more patients with suspected Nipah symptoms have been admitted to the Government Medical College Hospital, Kozhikode. A review meeting on Saturday noted that Nipah infection had not been confirmed in any patient after May 30. So far 325 samples had been tested, of which only 18 were positive. Transport Minister A K Saseendran presided over the meeting attended by Director of Health Services R L Saritha, District Medical Officer V Jayasree, Director of Institute of Virology, Manipal, Arun Kumar, and a team of doctors from the medical college.

Health Minister K K Shailaja said in Thiruvananthapuram that educational institutions which remained closed due to the Nipah scare in northern Kerala could safely resume classes on June 12. The government would not extend beyond that date its restrictions on public meetings put in place to prevent the contagion from spreading. The Minister said no new Nipah cases had been reported so far in the much-dreaded second phase of the viral flare-up. The virus had an incubation period of 21 days.

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