Influenza Virus Killed Two: Influenza outbreak is increasing in many states of the country. It is a matter of concern that till now two people have died due to H3N2 virus. One death has occurred in Haryana and one in Karnataka due to this virus. There are 90 cases of H3N2 virus across the country. At the same time, 8 cases of H1N1 have been reported so far. There are three types of influenza, such as H1N1, H3N2 and influenza B, which is called Yama Gata. At present there is presence of two types of influenza virus H1N1 and H3N2 in India. Influenza cases are increasing rapidly across the country. Most of these cases are of H3N2 only. This virus is also called Hong-Kong flu. Generally, there can be complaints like cough, cold, difficulty in breathing and phlegm in influenza. Patients have also complained of sore throat, body pain and diarrhoea. Read this also: These people are at risk of life due to H3N2 Virus, do not take cough and cold lightly, 40% increase in patients in Haryana’s hospitals Influenza cases are increasing rapidly in Haryana. There has been a 40% increase in the number of patients in hospitals here. Here the government is also on alert and the health department has asked the officials here to be prepared. At the same time, its cases are also increasing rapidly in states like Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh. In Andhra Pradesh, Health Minister Vedala Rajani has appealed to families not to send children to school if symptoms are found. Influenza cases increase by 200% in 6 months Experts say that influenza cases have increased by 200% in the last 6 months. There are three main reasons for this. These include the winter season from November to January, increase in air pollution and viral infections. Experts say that the cases of corona are decreasing in the country, but the cases of cough, cold and fever are increasing rapidly, which is happening due to influenza virus. Read this also: Increasing danger of H3N2 virus, will there be a return of masks in the country soon?
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