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The BBC said the woman, Ruptara Miah, was admitted to a London hospital about three weeks ago with a cough and chest infection.
Her brother Abdul Malik told the broadcaster that his sister was treated in intensive care, where she gave birth to a son prematurely, but never regained full consciousness.
"We are very, very upset as a family. It has really taken me by shock," Malik said. "We thought she was going to recover."
Malik said his sister had used a wheelchair for 15 years after a road traffic accident but had led a normal life and had brought up six daughters.
The newborn baby is reportedly ill in intensive care in hospital.
Health officials confirmed that a 39-year-old woman with swine flu had died on July 13, adding that she had underlying health problems, but declined to say whether she had given birth while she was in hospital.
The woman is among the 29 deaths in Britain reported by health officials on Thursday, a sharp rise in the death toll from 17 announced earlier this week.
The first death by swine flu in Mendoza was confirmed in a 62-year-old truck driver who picked the virus in Cordoba.
The patient died on July 3rd at a hospital in General Alvear, 323 kilometers south of Mendoza´s capital and the samples tested at Malbrán Institute indicate that he had A H1N1 virus.
On the other hand, the tests at Malbrán gave “negative” in the case of a-year-old child , immune suppressed, who died a few days ago at the Children´s Hospital, in Guaymallén.
Until now, the patients are 250 with swine flu symptoms admitten to hospitals and about to be released inMendoza, where there are another 544 suspicious cases
Ontario is reporting an additional death of someone with H1N1, bringing the total number of swine flu-related deaths in Canada to 49.
Another Quebecer died as well after getting the H1N1 virus _ a woman from the Montreal area who had underlying medical conditions.
There have been 18 deaths in Quebec, 16 in Ontario, six in Manitoba, four in Saskatchewan, three in Alberta, one in British Columbia and one in Nunavut.
The most recent case in Saskatchewan was a woman in her 50s who had serious underlying health conditions.
The latest deaths come after Canadian health officials said they will now look for trends in communities, instead of listing individual confirmed cases.
MONTEVIDEO, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Uruguay has reported 4 new deaths of the A/H1N1 flu, raising the toll in the country to 19, the Public Health Ministry said Thursday.
The 4 new victims are aged between 56 and 65, the ministry said, adding that 129 hospitalized patients had also been tested positive for the flu.
Uruguay confirmed on May 27 the first two cases of A/H1N1 flu in two young people who had traveled to Argentina.
RIO DE JANEIRO, July 16 (Xinhua) -- The Brazilian health authorities confirmed on Thursday afternoon four deaths from A/H1N1 flu in the country, bringing the total to 11.
The four new victims were from the southern Rio Grande do Sul state. Bordering Argentina, where 155 people died from the disease, the state saw a sharp rise in A/H1N1 flu cases over the past weeks.
Among the 11 victims, there were seven in Rio Grande do Sul state, three in Sao Paulo state and one in Rio de Janeiro state. Altogether these three states had two thirds of Brazil's 1,175 A/H1N1 flu cases.