H1N1 breaches 800 mark in MumbaiMumbai has just breached the 800 mark on Sunday, taking it statistically close to the 2010 situation when a global swine flu pandemic was raging on. That year, Mumbai reported 847 confirmed cases and 30 deaths.  While in terms of fatalities the city is better placed with seven deaths this time, it has already reported 802 confirmed cases, that too within two months and a week since the start of the year. In addition, another 13 deaths and 121 cases have been attributed to people who came to the city for treatment. Experts are wary of equating the severity of the situation with the 2009-10 phase, though they agree that this is one of the most aggressive H1N1 bouts since then. FULL REPORT