Mar 14, 2023, 05:34PM ISTSource:

Delhi is ready to face the rising H3N2 influenza infection. At the LNJP Hospital, a 20 bed isolation ward has been set up for treatment of patients infected with this virus. A 15 doctors team will handle the cases. Till now, no deaths were reported in Delhi due to H3N2 virus. Patients suffering from this virus have symptoms like coughing, fever, running nose and have breathing problem. According to experts, people with lower immunity, or suffering from other diseases, those who smokes often and elderly are more prone to H3N2 virus.

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