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Category: Badminton News Published: 12 August 2009
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Hyderabad, Aug 12 (PTI) A day after swine flu scare has hit the on-going World badminton Championship here, the game's apex body (BWF) today said the Malaysian coach, who was admitted in a hospital with suspected H1N1 symptoms, was in a stable condition and his test results are expected tomorrow.

"The coach is in a better condition now and he had no fever for the last 36 hours, which is a good indication as it suggests that he doesn't have the H1N1 virus," BWF Chief Operating Officer Thomas Lund told reporters.

"The coaches who were in close contact with the victim also doesn't have any symptoms," he said.

A swine flu scare has rocked the World championship yesterday after a Malaysian coach, whose name was not disclosed on request, was admitted to a city hospital with symptoms of the deadly disease.

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