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GEORGE TOWN: Deputy Health Minister Datuk Rosnah Abdul Rashid Shirlin said National Service (NS) trainees at Kem Dusun Resort, Kedah, who were quarantined for H1N1 infection, are in stable condition and no critical cases have been reported.
She said of the 96 trainees, only 21 remain for treatment of whom 15 are isolated at the Kuala Nerang Hospital.
"Those quarantined at the camp will continue receiving treatment, so parents need not worry as everything is under control. The virus is not new in our country and easily spreads in large groups," she told reporters after a closing ceremony for a national-level symposium organised by the Health Ministry with the Young Doctors Club and Education Ministry, here today.
Yesterday, 96 out of 300 NS trainees at Kem Dusun Resort, Kuala Nerang, Kedah were quarantined for H1N1 infection, of whom 18 were treated and quarantined at the Kuala Nerang Hospital while 78 others were quarantined in a special block at the camp.