The national capital on Thursday reported 113 fresh cases of swine flu with the majority of them being children, Delhi Health Minister Kiran Walia said.
"Of the 113 swine flu cases, 65 are children and all of them have been quarantined," she said.
Walia said that till on Thursday, 2,275 cases were admitted and treated in designated government hospitals and of these 90 per cent have been discharged. Delhi has so far reported nine swine flu deaths.
"The situation is under control and the government is doing its best in providing treatment to H1N1 patients. I advise people to visit the doctor at the earliest if any symptom of swine flu appears," she said.