The national capital on Wednesday reported 30 new swine flu cases, among them eight children, said Delhi Health Minister Kiran Walia.
"Of the 30 identified cases, eight are children. The situation is under control and the government is doing its best in providing treatment to patients in government hospitals," said Walia.
The minister said that Delhi had reported 549 swine flu cases so far and of these 495 had been discharged.
"Fifty-four cases are under treatment at various hospitals. Of these, seven are admitted in hospitals and the remaining 47 are being home-quarantined," she said.
The health minister advised Delhi residents to visit doctors at the earliest if they showed any symptoms of swine flu.