Pune Swine Flu: Pune people be careful! Highest number of swine flu patients in Maharashtra in Pune; The death toll is also high

Pune Swine Flu:  Pune (Pune) city H1N1 influenza or Pune city has recorded the highest number of swine flu cases and deaths. According to the latest report of the state health department, Pune has reported 540 cases including 36 deaths in the past few days.  So health department and citizens are worried. But scientists say that there is no need to worry much about swine flu.

Scientists of the National Institute of Virology working under ICMR say that the increase in swine flu cases in Pune is only due to the changing climate. He has also predicted that this covid will not last like SARS-CoV-2 infection and may recover after some time. 

A total of 1,600 swine flu cases were reported across Maharashtra in 2020 and 2021, according to a report by the state health department. Before the Covid pandemic in 2019, there were 2,287 total cases of swine flu across Maharashtra, with 246 deaths. This year the entire

What are the symptoms of swine flu? How to care?

Swine flu has some common symptoms like chills, fever and breathing problems. It can also cause pneumonia with other symptoms such as sore throat, persistent cough, runny nose, watery eyes, headache, diarrhea and extreme fatigue. So everyone needs to take precautions. Like being extra careful while traveling to crowded places, avoiding attending family events and taking proper preventive measures during festivals are advisable. During the outbreak of H1N1 virus, health experts have urged senior citizens, pregnant women and patients with co-morbidities such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disorders, kidney and liver disorders, respiratory diseases, etc. to be more careful.

Increase in dengue patients 
At the same time there has been an increase in dengue patients in Pune as well. Frequent rains, pollution and lack of clean drinking water provide a breeding ground for dengue mosquitoes. Therefore, the number of dengue patients is continuously increasing. Therefore, the municipal corporation has appealed to take care during the rainy season. Moreover, it has been said not to allow water to accumulate anywhere, drink clean or boiled water while drinking. 

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