ONGC contributes Rs 100 crores to PM CARES Fund to strengthen nations fight against COVID-19 and H3N2 virus

New Delhi, April 01: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC), Indias Energy Maharatna contributed Rs 100 crores to the Prime Ministers Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund

SarkariTel 1 Apr 2023 4:32 pm

Dr Arvind Kumar Lung specialist on rising cases of Covid in Delhi

'The numbers of viral infections increase in these months and symptoms vary as well, so in the beginning, we were assuming it to be flu. When we heard of the H3N2 virus which had a strong fever and cough. However, when people started testing at that time for Covid-19 the cases started increasing too. As of now, the numbers are increasing a little bit every day. Although, this time Covid is not very serious to life', said Dr Arvind Kumar.

The Times of India 31 Mar 2023 2:26 pm

ICMR report on sudden heart attacks to come in 2 months: Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya

Several cardiologists have reiterated that one of the leading symptoms of long-term Covid is the added strain it puts of people's hearts and they have cautioned them against heavy exercise, as per a news report by IANS. According to a new study, people suffering from flu could be at more than six times higher risk of heart attack a week after, than in the year before or after. The findings come to light as the number of flu cases in India has gradually increased over the past few weeks, as driven by the H3N2 virus.

The Economic Times 29 Mar 2023 8:55 pm

Health: H3N2 virus is spreading its wings, strengthen your immunity in this way

The past few years have proved to be very painful for the whole world where the corona pandemic affected the lives of crores of people. Its fear haunts people even today. Any new virus that comes in such a way increases the concern of the people. These days the influenza virus H3N2 has raised concern again. Due to subtype H3N2, there has been an increase in cases of cold and fever and many people have lost their lives. It is taking more than 2 weeks to recover from the weakness, fatigue etc. of the people affected by it. If you want to avoid this problem, then the immune system has to be strengthened. So today in this episode, we are going to tell you some such ways with the help of which you will be able to strengthen your immunity. Let's know about them... Stay hydrated To keep the body completely healthy, it is necessary to stay hydrated. Lack of water also affects the functioning of the digestive system, heart and kidneys. Because of this, the risk of falling ill increases. To avoid this, increase your liquid diet. Avoid drinking market juices and high-sugar tea. It would be better if you drink a lot of water. This will keep your body clean from the inside and reduce the risk of diseases. Get enough sleep There is a very deep connection between sleep and immunity. Not getting enough or good sleep can cause many diseases. According to a study, people who get less than 6 hours of sleep are more likely to get cold and flu. To stay healthy, take at least 8 hours of sleep. Taking complete sleep increases immunity in the body naturally. When you are sick, getting enough rest allows your immune system to better fight off the disease. If you do not fall asleep quickly, then stop watching your phone, TV or computer an hour before sleeping. Do regular exercise If a person regularly exercises or does any kind of physical activity, it helps to remove the bacteria present in the lungs and airways from the body. Due to this, the risk of diseases like cold cough, cold, fever and flu reduces considerably. Exercising increases both antibodies and white blood cells that fight foreign substances in the body, which helps the body fight any kind of infection. Also, if you exercise regularly, it reduces the release of the stress hormone cortisol in the body. By reducing the stress level, your stress is reduced and you can be happy. So do exercise for at least 30 minutes every day.

Kalam Times 29 Mar 2023 12:15 pm

Maharashtra News Live Updates: State reports 5 deaths due to H3N2 virus

There has been three confirmed swine flu deaths in Maharashtra so far. The state has had 3. 48 lakh suspected flu cases this year. The BMC data released on Tuesday stated that 14 patients are admitted ...

Bing 29 Mar 2023 2:11 am

One more tests positive for H3N2; six influenza cases in Gurgaon

A 24-year-old woman tested positive for the H3N2 virus on Monday. So far, surveillance teams have tested 176 people with flu-like symptoms and recorded 6 influenza cases in the city-4 type B and 2 H3N2. There are 4 types of influenza-A (with H3N2 as a subtype), B, C and D.

The Times of India 28 Mar 2023 7:45 am

From Symptoms To Prevention: All You Must Know About H3N2

On March 17, the death toll due to the H3N2 virus reached nine, after a 73-year-old man contracted the infection and passed away in Maharashtras Pune.

News18 25 Mar 2023 8:59 am

Officials in Andhras Guntur begin door-to-door survey to identify H3N2 cases

health Over 90% of homes in Guntur district have been surveyed, and a testing lab has also been established at the Guntur Medical College to test the samples. image for representation/PTI With the number of H3N2 cases increasing, Guntur district authorities in Andhra Pradesh are reaching out to people through a door-to-door survey to identify people who have cold and fever. More than 90% of homes in Guntur district have been surveyed. A testing lab has also been established at the Guntur Medical College to test the samples that have been collected. The Director of Medical Education of Andhra Pradesh Dr V Vinod Kumar had earlier confirmed 74 cases of H3N2, a viral infection caused by an Influenza A-type variant in the state. The district medical and health department officials in Guntur are conducting a door-to-door survey with the help of ANMs (Auxiliary Nurse & Midwife), ASHA (Accredited Social Health Activist) workers and village volunteers, who are reaching out to every household under the respective village and ward secretariat and increasing awareness on the virus and its symptoms. Meanwhile, the ANMs have been collecting blood samples of those who are suffering from the H3N2 virus and also providing necessary medication to them. The H3N2 variant (also called H3N2v) is one of the variants of the influenza virus that causes seasonal flu. This leads to acute respiratory infection and can be detected through an RT-PCR test performed using a sample obtained from an oral or nasal swab. The flu symptoms include: fever, dry cough, headache, muscle and joint pain, severe malaise, sore throat, and runny nose. The Indian Medical Association (IMA) issued a statement warning patients against the use of unnecessary antibiotics. In order to prevent the spread of the virus, doctors have advised precautions like frequent handwashing with soap and water and keeping a distance from infected people. Read : Explainer: What is H3N2 virus and how to prevent it

The News Minute 22 Mar 2023 5:20 pm

Door-to-door survey to identify H3N2 cases in AP

Over 6.3 lakh households surveyed by health department in Guntur `GUNTUR: With the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) raising concern over the rise in the viral fever cases linked to Influenza A H3N2, a subtype of viruses that causes influenza, the district medical and health department officials are conducting a door-to-door survey to identify the people suffering from fever and cold. Over 6.3 lakh houses have been surveyed in Guntur so far. The ANMs have been reaching out to every household under the respective village and ward secretariat and have been collecting the blood samples of those who are suffering from the H3N2 virus. A testing lab has been set up at Guntur Medical College to test the collected samples. Though no H3N2 viral case has been reported till now, officials are raising awareness among people on the precautions to be taken and encouraging them to wear masks in crowded places. According to the official reports, as many as 7.14 lakh houses are present in the Guntur district, the ASHA workers, ANMs, and ward and village volunteers started the survey on March 13 and have completed the survey in 6.36 lakh houses, which is over 90 per cent. Meanwhile, the ANMs, and ASHA workers are increasing awareness among the people on the H3N2 virus and its symptoms and have been advising those who are suffering from colds, and cough which is the symptoms of the virus not to panic and providing them with the necessary medication. On the other hand, the doctors are suggesting the public not use random antibiotics or unprescribed medicines as this flu is viral but not bacterial. The symptoms of this flu as observed are cough, body pains, high-grade to moderate fever, throat pain, rarely dizziness and vomiting in the first five days, and running nose, and dry cough after five days to up to two-three weeks. Social distancing will help curb the spread The symptoms of this flu as observed are cough, body pains, high-grade to moderate fever, throat pain, rarely dizziness and vomiting in the first five days, and running nose, and dry cough after five days to up to two-three weeks. Wearing face masks in crowded places, and maintaining social distance from people having symptoms are the best ways to prevent the viral infection

The New Indian Express 22 Mar 2023 11:29 am

H3N2 Symptoms Vs COVID Symptoms: How To Differentiate Between The Two

Suffering from a cold and cough? What is it -- COVID-19 or H3N2 virus infection? Understand the difference between the two below.

The HealthSite 19 Mar 2023 1:57 pm

Can H3N2 Virus Influenza Turn Into The Next COVID-19 Pandemic?

Both COVID and the H3N2 virus attack the respiratory system of the body, making it difficult for the patient to breathe properly.

The HealthSite 19 Mar 2023 10:40 am

Study finds, Diets high in sugar and fat can lead to liver damage

A new study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine reveals that the main cause of chronic liver disease and the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease are both linked to Western diets heavy in fat and sugar. The study, which was carried out at MU's Roy Blunt NextGen Precision Health Building, advanced our understanding of the gut-liver axis and, as a result, the development of dietary and microbial interventions for this global health threat. It identified the western diet-induced microbial and metabolic contributors to liver disease. We're just starting to grasp how food and gut microbiota interact to produce compounds that contribute to the development of liver disease, said Guangfu Li, PhD, DVM, associate professor in the departments of surgery and molecular microbiology and immunology and co-principal investigator. Yet, until recently, it was unclear whether specific bacteria and metabolites were involved, let alone the underlying mechanisms. The how and why are being revealed by this study. Through the portal vein, the gut and liver are anatomically and functionally closely related. Bad diets alter the gut microbiota, which causes the liver to be affected by pathogenic agents. The research team found that mice that were fed diets high in fat and sugar produced the gut bacteria Blautia producta and a lipid that linked to liver inflammation and fibrosis. As a result, the mice began to exhibit symptoms of fatty liver disease, sometimes known as non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. One of the principal investigators, professor of surgery Kevin Staveley-O'Carroll, MD, PhD, said: Fatty liver disease is a global health problem. Not only is it increasingly the main contributor to cirrhosis and liver cancer, but many of the people I see for other cancers also have fatty liver disease without even realising it. Frequently, this prevents individuals from having possibly curative surgery for their other tumours. In this investigation, the researchers explored administering an antibiotic cocktail by drinking water to the mice. They discovered that the antibiotic therapy decreased lipid buildup and liver lipid accumulation, which led to a decline in fatty liver disease. These findings imply that changes in the gut microbiota brought on by antibiotics can reduce inflammatory reactions and liver fibrosis. India's first death from H3N2 virus reported in Karnataka Study finds, Common cold gives kids immunity against Covid-19 H3N2 influenza? Tamil Nadu man with Covid symptom dies

News Track 18 Mar 2023 1:27 pm

H3N2 Influenza Alert: States Issue Urgent Advisories On Safety And Precaution

Know all about the advisories issued by the state government on the battle against the spread of H3N2 virus.

The HealthSite 18 Mar 2023 12:04 pm

'Set up genome sequencing facilities for H3N2 virus in Gujarat' - Indiatimes.com

'Set up genome sequencing facilities for H3N2 virus in Gujarat' Indiatimes.com

Google News 18 Mar 2023 5:30 am

H3N2 case confirmed in MP, patient isolated

BHOPAL : The first case of H3N2 influenza is confirmed in Madhya Pradesh. The 26-year-old patient's swab sample has been sent to AIIMS Bhopal, said the state health department. The patient, a Bhopal resident, is being isolated at home. Dr. Prabhakar Tiwari, the chief medical and health officer (CMHO) for Bhopal, verified that the case tested positive for H3N2. According to the reports, the patient is now one of 14 new H3N2 cases that have been discovered this week across the nation, as reported by the ICMR laboratory network for ILI-SARI surveillance. There is no travel history for the patient. At this time, there are no recommendations for local H3N2 testing or home isolation. Influenza A, B, C, and D, which are all members of the Orthomyxoviridae family of viruses, are the four different strains that cause seasonal influenza, an acute respiratory tract illness. The most typical pathogen for humans among these is Influenza A. Incidences of influenza are frequently reported to rise throughout particular months of the year on a global scale. Seasonal influenza often has two peaks in India: one from January to March and the other following the monsoon season. The Union Health Ministry said, seasonal influenza cases should start to fall by the end of March. The illness typically has self-limiting symptoms like fever, body aches, coughs and colds, etc. and resolves within a week. However, individuals in potentially high-risk groups, such as newborns, young children, expectant mothers, seniors over 65, and those with concomitant conditions, may experience more symptomatic diseases that may even necessitate hospitalisation. The majority of disease transmission occurs through airborne droplets produced by coughing and sneezing, which are then inhaled by other people. H3N2 outbreak: Schools in Puducherry shuts from 16-24 March H3N2 influenza? Tamil Nadu man with Covid symptom dies H3N2 virus: These things to follow to prevent the spread

News Track 17 Mar 2023 10:31 am

Odisha reports 11 new Covid cases in a day after 4 months

Director of public health Dr Niranjan Mishra advised people with flu symptoms to immediately go for Covid test and isolate themselves to prevent further spread of infection. BHUBANESWAR: Odisha has recorded 11 new Covid-19 cases in last 24 hours. The persons tested positive for SARS-CoV2 are in the 18-years plus age group. This is the highest single day spike in Covid infection in last four months. Amid the rise in H3N2 influenza cases across the country, the spurt in Covid-19 cases has come as a concern for the health administration. The state had been reporting cases in single digits since December with zero cases on several days in January, February and March. According to the Covid dashboard, with the 11 new cases, the active cases in the state climbed to 32. Only six patients recovered on the day. Sources said most of the fresh Covid cases were from Khurda and Cuttack. As many as 5,050 samples were tested during the period. The rise in Covid-19 cases came on the day when the Centre issued instructions to six states -Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana, Karnataka and Gujarat, which have been reporting higher numbers of cases for last few weeks. Apart from the Covid-19 cases, H3N2 influenza cases has also gone up to 61 in the state. Two fresh H3N2 positive cases have been detected from 62 samples tested this month. Earlier, 59 positive cases were found among 225 samples. Health experts have urged the state government to follow a risk assessment-based approach and monitor if there is any cluster of cases to prevent and contain Covid-19 without losing the gains made so far in the fight against the pandemic. Director of public health Dr Niranjan Mishra advised people with flu symptoms to immediately go for Covid test and isolate themselves to prevent further spread of infection. Since people infected with H3N2 virus exhibit symptoms similar to Covid-19 and suffer from fever, cough and breathlessness, they must go for Covid test first. If they are Covid negative, they can go for H3N2 virus testing. Covid screening is a must as H3N2 is unlikely to harm people unless they are having comorbidities, he said. Meanwhile, the Health department has asked districts to intensify surveillance and issued an advisory asking people not to take medicines, especially antibiotics on their own and consult doctors. There is no need for antibiotics in case of viral infection and consumption of antibiotics without consultation of doctors will lead to resistance, warned director of health services Dr Bijay Mohapatra.

The New Indian Express 17 Mar 2023 7:59 am

Difference between H3N2 and swine flu (H1N1)

The long existing cough and fever due to H3N2 virus has left people with questions of safety.

The Times of India 16 Mar 2023 6:00 pm

Health For All: National Vaccination Day observes on March 16

In order to emphasize the significance of vaccines in the system of human health, India celebrates National Vaccination Day on March 16 each year. The Covid-19 past two years has helped us see the value of vaccines and how they can improve our lives. This day raises awareness of the value of vaccination in preventing fatal diseases. This day primarily honours India's triumph over the polio virus as well as improvements in personal health and life expectancy. In India, the first dose of the oral polio vaccination was administered in 1995. The government's pulse polio programme is therefore observed on national immunisation day or vaccination day with the aim of completely eliminating polio from the nation. Following the discovery of the final incidence of polio in Bengal in 2011, numerous vaccination campaigns against diseases like tetanus, mumps, and tuberculosis were started. NATIONAL VACCINATION DAY 2023, Messages and Quotes: No country is safe until every country is safe. - Luis Almagro Vaccination has been a great public health success story. The lives of millions of children have been saved, millions have the chance of a longer healthier life, a greater chance to learn, to play, to read and write, to move around freely without suffering. - Nelson MandelaThere are so many diseases that can be prevented from spreading if vaccines are taken. Lets spread the word on the occasion of National Immunization Day. Vaccination is important for all of us to fight so many viruses which can be a threat to our lives. Happy National Immunization Day to everyone. Wishing a very Happy National Immunization Day to all. Vaccine is an easy way to immune ourselves from so many different kinds of viruses. Wishing a very Happy National Immunization Day. Immunizations have the potential to make lives better in so many ways. After every couple of years, we hear of a new virus and in order to protect ourselves, we must take the vaccine. Happy National Immunization Day. A vaccine at the right time is very effective in saving lives and making lives better. Warm wishes on National Immunization Day to everyone. India needs to take the initiative in implementing one world, one health vision: Mandaviya Study finds, Common cold gives kids immunity against Covid-19 H3N2 virus: These things to follow to prevent the spread

News Track 16 Mar 2023 5:00 am

Study finds, Common cold gives kids immunity against Covid-19

LONDON :Children infected with the seasonal common cold are likely to have immunity against Covid-19, a research revealed. Doctors and researchers found that children and adolescents who contracted Covid during the epidemic fared better than adults. Researchers from Sweden's Karolinska Institutet investigated distinctive blood samples taken from kids before the epidemic to comprehend this.They discovered memory T cells that respond to Covid-causing SARS-CoV-2 virus-infected cells. The researchers hypothesised that one of the four coronaviruses that cause seasonal common cold symptoms could be to blame for the immunity seen in youngsters. This current research supports this idea by demonstrating that T cells that had previously been stimulated by the OC43 virus are capable of cross-reacting with SARS-CoV-2. According to corresponding author Annika Karlsson, head of the study group at the Department of Laboratory Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, these reactions are particularly potent in the early years of life and become much less as we age. Our research demonstrates how the T-cell response evolves and varies over time, and it has implications for vaccine research and development in the future. The research has been released in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal. According to the findings, the memory T-cell response to coronaviruses begins to form as early as two years old. 48 blood samples from toddlers aged two to six and 94 samples from adults aged 26 to 83 were included in the study. Blood samples from 58 individuals who had recently recovered from Covid were also included in the analysis. To better understand how the immune response to coronaviruses changes from childhood to adulthood, similar studies should be conducted in younger and older children, teenagers, and young adults, according to Marion Humbert, postdoctoral researcher at the Department of Medicine Huddinge, Karolinska Institutet. H3N2 outbreak: Schools in Puducherry shuts from 16-24 March H3N2 influenza? Tamil Nadu man with Covid symptom dies H3N2 virus: These things to follow to prevent the spread

News Track 15 Mar 2023 3:14 pm

H3N2 Death In India: 23-Year-Old Dies In Maharashtra, Post-Mortem Confirms Presence of Virus In Blood

Another death due to H3N2 virus infection? Read on to know everything.

The HealthSite 15 Mar 2023 12:36 pm

H3N2 outbreak: schools in Puducherry shuts from 16-24 March

PUDUCHERRY : With the outbreak of the H3N2 virus, all schools in Puducherry will remain shut from 26 March (Thursday) to 26 March (Sunday). Puducherry reported 79 cases of influenza as of March 11th, all of which were currently H3N2 virus-related. But no death related to H3N2 has been reported in the union territory till now. Health department officials in the UT have set up procedures at hospitals and primary health centres to keep an eye on the number of cases that are increasing while advising people not to panic. Special booths have been opened in the outpatient departments (OPDs) in the hospitals and treatment was also available for those turning up with symptoms of the influenza virus. H3N2 is a non-human influenza virus that normally circulates in pigs and has infected humans, according to the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (CDC). A fever, respiratory symptoms like a cough and runny nose, and maybe additional symptoms like body aches, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhoea are all possible. These symptoms are comparable to those of seasonal flu viruses. H3N2 influenza? Tamil Nadu man with Covid symptom dies H3N2 virus: These things to follow to prevent the spread India's first death from H3N2 virus reported in Karnataka

News Track 15 Mar 2023 12:19 pm

Influenza H3n2 Virus Infection: Not Lethal And Severe As H1N1

Influenza H3n2 virus infection: Prevention and precautions.

The HealthSite 14 Mar 2023 5:52 pm

H3N2 virus: These things to follow to prevent the spread

New Delhi: Health experts urged on Monday that people take precautions including using masks, practising improved hand hygiene, and getting an annual flu vaccination even though India is experiencing an increase in influenza infections brought on by the H3N2 virus. According to the latest information available on IDSP-IHIP, 3,038 lab-confirmed cases of various influenza subtypes, including H3N2, have been reported by the states as of March 9. (Integrated Health Information Platform). This includes 486 instances up until March 9 and 1,245 cases in January, 1,307 cases in February. For the time being, the government can mandate masks once more, at least in extremely sensitive areas like public transportation, hospitals, airports, train stations, and other modes of public transport. People should stay away from congested areas and use masks anytime they are in public, Internal medicine specialist Dr. Sunil Sekri of Max Hospital in Gurugram advised. Dr. Rajeev Jayadevan, co-chairman of the Indian Medical Association's National Covid-19 Task Force warned that the respiratory virus spreads through droplets, so which means that the secretions can spread from person to person, and most people touch their nose and mouth at some point, or that secretions can remain on the fingers and when they shake hands with other people, it can likely spread. He made a case for the need of masks particularly in crowded indoor gatherings. The seasonal Victoria and Yamagata lineages of influenza B viruses, as well as the Covid-19 virus, swine flu (H1N1), and H3N2 have all been in circulation, according to data from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Both the H3N2 and the H3N1 influenza A viruses are what people typically refer to as the flu. The most prevalent signs and symptoms are a persistent fever, a cough, a runny nose, and body pain. However, patients may also experience wheezing and/or dyspnea in more serious situations. In the meantime, 524 daily Covid cases were reported on Sunday, marking the first increase in the virus in four months. India's first death from H3N2 virus reported in Karnataka Adenovirus: Bengal NCPCR team to review situation Health for All! Over 9K Jan Aushadhi Kendras opened across India

News Track 14 Mar 2023 4:47 pm

H3N2 Influenza: Common Symptoms Of The Virus You Should Not Ignore, Dos & Donts For Prevention, Watch Video

H3N2 virus infection is wreaking havoc in India. In the last few days, the country has confirmed over3,000 cases of the Influenza virusand 2 deaths.

The HealthSite 14 Mar 2023 4:06 pm

Symptoms And Treatment Of H3N2 Virus That You Must Know

H3N2 mostly lasts for five to seven days, and the fever starts disappearing after three days.

Only My Health 13 Mar 2023 4:04 pm

Is H3N2 virus fatal like COVID-19?

H3N2 virus can be life-threatening if the immunity reserves of the infected individual are not adequate.

The Times of India 13 Mar 2023 1:55 pm

H3N2 Virus: Different symptoms in children, elderly and pregnant women... Identify and treat immediately

H3N2 Virus Symptoms: These days the virus is wreaking havoc in the country. There have been reports of people losing their lives after getting infected with the virus. Influenza virus-like H3N2 knocks every year in the changing season. But this time the variant is being said to be more dangerous. The symptoms of this virus are like a corona. Corona's vaccine has been developed. There is no vaccine to prevent this virus. To prevent this, it is necessary to identify its symptoms. The symptoms of this virus are seen differently in children, the elderly and pregnant women. Children, the elderly and pregnant ladies are considered sensitive regarding diseases. In such a situation, the symptoms emerging in them should be identified immediately. Symptoms in children It is important to recognize the symptoms in children. High fever, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, cough, cold, non-discharge of phlegm, and symptoms of pneumonia begin to appear when the condition worsens. Alert if you see these symptoms in a pregnant lead Other problems are already seen in pregnant women. They need to be careful. Care should be taken if there is a fever for more than three days. Bronchitis, cough and cold, excess phlegm, body ache, and headache are included. These symptoms can be seen in the elderly Apart from children, and pregnant women, symptoms of H3N2 can also be seen in children. High pressure in the chest, cough persisting for more than 3 days, loose motion, nausea, headache, and feeling of weakness are included. If the infection increases in the lungs, there can be serious difficulty in breathing. If someone is already sick Some people often fall into the grip of viral cough and cold. Some people also struggle with a severe lung infections. Such people may have pain and heaviness, fever, difficulty in breathing, more sore throat, and heaviness in the ears due to accumulated phlegm in the chest. Save like this This is a viral infection. Any person presents nearby or touching the infected surface can get infected. There is no vaccine available to prevent it. But it can be kept away by taking precautions. Keep using sanitiser, cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze, and do not go to crowded places. If someone looks suspicious, stay away from him, gargle with salt water, and consult a doctor if the problem increases.

Kalam Times 13 Mar 2023 1:34 pm

10 Symptoms of H3N2 Virus Infection You Should Never Ignore

Are you infected with the highly contagious H3N2 virus? Look out for these 10 signs and symptoms.

The HealthSite 12 Mar 2023 6:55 pm

Influenza Subtype H3N2 : Avoid Self-Medication Says Health Expert

Doctors in Lucknow are urging people to avoid self-medication following the deaths of two individuals in India due to the influenza A subtype H3N2 virus The post Influenza Subtype H3N2 : Avoid Self-Medication Says Health Expert appeared first on All The News From Sikkim, India and The World .

Voice Of Sikkim 12 Mar 2023 10:23 am

H3N2 vs Covid-19: H3N2 Virus, , , , Telephonic with Pulmonologist

H3N2 virus: , , , , Covid-19 H3N2 . NDTV BLK-MAX HOD . . (Telephonic with Pulmonologist Dr. Sandeep Nayar) . #health #h3n2 #influenza

NDTV 11 Mar 2023 2:51 am

Top News Of The Day: 2 Die Of H3N2 Influenza

Two persons have died of influenza caused by the H3N2 virus in the country. One person has died in Haryana and the other in Karnataka. The Union Health Ministry is keeping a close watch on the seasonal influenza situation and tracking morbidity and mortality due to H3N2. The ministry also said cases are expected to decline by March-end; Aam Aadmi Party leader Manish Sisodia has been sent to the Enforcement Directorate's custody for seven days in the Delhi liquor policy case. The central agency had sought at least 10 days to question the Delhi Deputy Chief Minister over alleged money laundering in framing the liquor policy, which was later scrapped and other top stories.

NDTV 10 Mar 2023 8:45 pm

India's First H3N2 Influenza Deaths, 1 Each In Haryana, Karnataka

Two persons have died of influenza caused by the H3N2 virus, Union Health Ministry sources said today. One person has died in Haryana and the other, in Karnataka. 82-year-old Hire Gowda died in Karnataka's Hasan district on March 1.

NDTV 10 Mar 2023 1:02 pm

Two H3N2 virus deaths reported in India

So far, 90 cases of the H3N2 variant of influenza have been reported in the country. The post Two H3N2 virus deaths reported in India appeared first on Fusion - WeRIndia .

Fusion WeRIndia 10 Mar 2023 11:16 am

H3N2 flu: Why is everyone around you sick?

Looking at the increased transmission of H3N2 virus, flu has infected almost every other person.

The Times of India 10 Mar 2023 11:00 am

Influenza A Subtype H3N2 Explodes In Delhi: How Does The Virus Spread And What It Does To Your Body?

Most of the patients infected by the H3N2 virus are experiencing persistent cough, high-grade fever, and other flu-like symptoms.

The HealthSite 5 Mar 2023 11:53 am

H3N2 Virus Symptoms: High Fever, Long Lasting Cough And 5 Other Warning Signs

Are you infected with the highly infectious H3N2 Influenza virus? Look out for these warning signs.

The HealthSite 5 Mar 2023 9:55 am

H3N2 Virus In Delhi: Residents Experiencing Prolonged Cough Due To The Virus

Pollution, particulate matter, irritating gases, mixed pollutants are some of the factors that seriously affect our lungs and can trigger coughing an wheezing for a longer period of time, say experts.

The HealthSite 2 Mar 2023 2:06 pm