Maharashtra H3N2 Death: There has been news of two deaths due to H3N2 influenza in two consecutive days in Maharashtra. After a 23-year-old medical student in Ahmednagar, now an elderly person has died in Pimpri-Chinchwad.
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Pune: There is tension-increasing news for the country and Maharashtra. of Pune district Pimpri-Chinchwad In H3N2 influenza The news of second death has come to the fore. here one Death of 73 year old man Has occurred. Earlier, a 23-year-old MBBS student from Ahmednagar died during treatment. Investigation is on of all the people who came in contact with that student. At present there are more than 170 patients of H3N2 influenza in Maharashtra. This is definitely a matter of concern.
Today, CM Eknath Shinde is holding an important meeting with the Health Department in view of its increasing dangers. On March 8, concerned elderly people were admitted to Pimpri Chinchwad’s Yashwantrao Chavan Municipal Hospital with complaints of fever and cold. He was kept in ICU after checkup. But he died during treatment on Thursday. At present, the doctors have given information about the absence of active patients in Pimpri-Chinchwad.
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Increasing number of H3N2 patients in Maharashtra is raising concern
For the last few days, the number of patients infected with H3N2 influenza virus is continuously increasing in the state. Among these, Pune has the highest number of patients. Apart from Pune, the number of patients is also increasing continuously in Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar (Aurangabad) and Nashik. A day before, an MBBS student had died in Ahmednagar. Now the death of a 73-year-old man in Pimpri-Chinchwad has created panic.
Two deaths in two days in Maharashtra due to H3N2 influenza virus
Two deaths in two days in Maharashtra due to H3N2 influenza virus have alerted the health department. Common people are being appealed to take care of themselves. In case of cold, fever and cough, definitely go to the doctors for advice. Do not blow it lightly. Along with this, doctors have also said that at present there is no need to panic on these news related to H3N2.
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Let us inform that a day before in Nagpur also a 78 year old man had died. The health department did not confirm the news saying that the death audit is yet to be done. Only after this it can be said for sure whether his death was due to H3N2 or not. In fact, the concerned elders were also suffering from obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.