A 29-year-old woman and her three-year-old daughter, who arrived at Bengaluru airport from New Jersey on June 12, were
quarantined at Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases in Bengaluru and tested positive, Director of Health and Family
Welfare Services Usha Vasunkar said, adding a couple and a woman were also quarantined but they tested negative.
In Jalandhar, Civil Surgeon Dr S S Walia said a student of Guru Amar Dass Public School has been found positive for
flu and admitted to a Delhi hospital.
"Thirty-one students had gone for an educational trip to the US and when they came back yesterday, one of them was
found at Delhi Airport to have symptoms of swine flu. He accordingly was put to tests that found him positive," Walia told reporters, adding eight others of the group were having light fever.
"We are persuading parents of the eight students to keep their children in an isolated ward of civil hospital, so that they could be kept under observation till the report of their blood samples come from Delhi, where it were sent," principal of the school, Tarlochan Singh, said.