Swine Flu In Delhi: In a way, the infection of corona virus has not ended in the country that in the meantime many problems have started increasing. Earlier, dengue knocked in many states of the country, now the risk of swine flu has increased in the national capital Delhi. The cases of swine flu are also increasing in the capital. According to the reports, till now the patients have increased 44 times in 60 days. On the other hand, in view of the danger of this virus, the government has also become alert (Swine Flu Alert).
It is being told that the initial symptoms of corona, dengue and swine flu are almost the same and in such a situation, serious cases have started coming in hospitals if patients do not get timely treatment. A status report has been issued by the IDSP under the Union Health Ministry till September 30, in which it has been told that in the month of July there were only 2 cases of swine flu in the capital, while now the number of patients has increased. It’s 88. However, the death of any patient has not been confirmed during this period.
Doctors gave this advice
Doctors say that due to the similar initial symptoms of these diseases, it becomes difficult to find out which of these diseases a person is suffering from. If a patient is facing a cold, cold or difficulty in breathing, then he must get himself examined. So let us know what is this swine flu, what are its symptoms and how should we adopt the method of prevention.
What is Swine Flu?
Swine flu is also called swine flu or pig influenza. It is an infectious disease that can spread from person to person. It was originally spread from pigs to humans. The flu virus spreads from person to person through coughing and sneezing of an infected patient. Doctors say that the droplets that come out of the mouth while talking are also more prone to H1N virus infection.
Swine Flu Symptoms
cough and cold
nasal passage blockage
Swine Flu Se Kaise Bachen
-A person below 05 years of age or above 65 years of age should be vaccinated.
Prevention is possible after 2 to 3 weeks of vaccination.
This protection lasts 6 to 12 months.
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