An official source in the Yemeni Health ministry has said 107 people had been infected with swine flu in capital Sanaa since the beginning of this year.

The Director of the Health Bureau in the capital, Dr. Mattar Abbas Al Marouni, told the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) that at least 107 people were reported to have been infected with H1N1 influenza, including 22 people affected by the disease since the beginning of 2019.

He noted that reports of infected and deaths cases were received from all government hospitals and private centres operating in the Secretariat.

Al- Marouni pointed out that there is a shortage of medicines due to the siege imposed by the coalition of aggression on all land, sea and air outlets. – Yemen Press