H3N2 virus will fight like Corona, India Biotech is making vaccine. Bharat Biotech is working on H3N2 vaccine, said Founder Chairman Dr Krishna Ella
H3N2 vaccine: Bharat Biotech, maker of the corona virus covaccine and intranasal vaccine iNCOVACC, has now started working on the H3N2 virus vaccine.
H3N2 vaccine news:in the country H3N2 avian influenza Cases are increasing. Deaths from this dangerous virus have also been reported from many places. Now Hyderabad-based vaccine maker Bharat Biotech has started manufacturing vaccines to combat this virus. The founder president of the institution confirmed the fact of making the vaccine. Krishna Ella Bharat Biotech has previously developed the deadly coronavirus covaccine and the intranasal vaccine iNCOVACC.
Krishna Ella said in a program, “I am a scientist and of course we are working on H3N2 vaccine. We suspect the next pandemic will come in the form of the flu. It is also spreading to bird flu, pigs and chickens and humans.” He said, I am working on different issues now. There is no point in working on an epidemic that is over.
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A large number of cases have been reported in many parts
This time, a large number of cases have come to the fore in different parts of the country. The government is emphasizing on precautionary measures like avoiding going to public places and washing hands frequently. Many patients have also died due to this virus. In such a situation, the concern is increasing. Amazingly, this virus can cause severe symptoms in children as young as 5 years old.
The Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) says that the H3N2 subtype of influenza A is causing an increase in cases of influenza in India. People infected with H3N2 have a higher rate of hospitalization than any other subtype of influenza A. Its symptoms include runny nose, persistent cough and fever.
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Not many cases of influenza in Delhi – Bhardwaj
Delhi Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj said that there are not many cases of influenza in Delhi. However, the government has ordered officials to conduct rapid testing to detect cases of the influenza virus. Bharadwaj said the government currently has no plans to make mask wearing mandatory.
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