1010 WINS reports that two more New Yorkers have died from swine flu. That makes a total of seven swine flu fatalities in NYC. No details about the victims' ages or locations, but according to CityRoom, "The department said that six of the seven people who have died — including Mitchell Wiener, the Queens assistant principal, who was the first swine-flu death in the city — had underlying conditions, including obesity, that can interfere with normal breathing. The seventh death is still under investigation. The city will not release the underlying medical conditions, citing medical confidentiality were given."