With COVID at backdrop, Subtype H3N2 virus of Influenza ignites calls for greater care

New Delhi: The subtype H3N2 virus of Influenza A seems to be proving dangerous. According to the official sources of the Ministry of Health, so far 2 people have died in the country due to H3N2 virus. After coming under the grip of this virus, one death occurred in Haryana, while the other death occurred in Karnataka. There are a total of 90 cases of H3N2 Influenza in India.

According to a report, this figure is increasing rapidly. In such a situation, doctors are advising people to be cautious. However, there is no panic situation regarding H3N2 influenza. People are considering it as a simple flu.

There are three types of total influenza. H1N1, H3N2 and influenza B which is called Yama Gata. At present, the presence of two types of influenza virus H1N1 and H3N2 has been recorded in India.

It is being told that it is a subtype H3N2 virus of Influenza A, regarding which the Indian Medical Association has also issued an advisory. In this disease, you have problems like high fever, severe headache, body ache, sore throat, severe cough, cold and lung congestion.

If you are also seeing such symptoms, then contact the doctor.

Apart from this, if you come in its grip, then rest as much as possible.

Keep drinking water It is very important to keep the body hydrated. Do not eat outside food at all and take fluid diet.

This will give you quick relief. To avoid this, you must get the flu vaccine, along with keep distance from the people who are infected with it. Keep your hands sanitized and follow social distancing. Along with the cases of H3N2, the cases of corona are also increasing.

In such a situation, the question is arising whether H3N2 virus is the reason for the increase of corona?

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