BJP Chief Amit Shah is diagnosed with Swine Flu and recovering very fast
BJP leader Amit Shah admitted to AIIMS in
New Delhi after being diagnosed with swine flu. He himself confirmed the news
by tweeting on his twitter account. “I have been diagnosed with swine flu.
With God’s grace and all of your’s good wishes, I will recover soon”.
According to the reports given by AIIMS, he
was having chest congestion and breathing issues because of which he was
admitted in the hospital.
Congress party also took it to their
twitter account to pray for his early recovery, “we’re sorry to hear
senior BJP leader Shri Amit Shah and Shri Arun Jaitley are unwell. We wish them
a speedy recovery.”
The BJP leader was admitted around 9 pm and is in the private ward of the hospital. A team of doctors is monitoring his condition under the supervision of AIIMS director Randeep Guleria.
TELANGANA – 891 People have been found infected with Swine Flu Virus
Institute of Preventive Medicine Lab has
recently revealed a report stating that 892 cases have been filed of people
suffering from swine flu over the last three months in Telangana.
“Temperature is coming down; the viruses
will survive more in low temperature. In the last three months, 4228 samples
were tested out of which 892 were positive,” Dr. K Shankar told ANI. He further
added that he is expecting a decline in the number of cases and requested the
people to be careful.
Swine flu is caused because of the Swine
Influenza Viruses (SIV), with the H1N1 strain. When an individual touches or
breathes the droplets of cough and sneezes, he is more likely to get infected
by the H1N1 virus.
The symptoms are same as that of a fever. If individual is suffering from sore throat, cough and body ache then it is advisable to visit a doctor.
Amid the Gorakhpur incident where 79 children lost their life due to the shortage of oxygen cylinder in the hospital, it looks like the state government in Uttar Pradesh is playing safe and can’t handle any further beating coming to hit him from any of the direction. Taking the cue from the same, the state government in Uttar Pradesh had passed an order to put a halt on the morning assembly prayers in the wake of swine flu hitting the state.
In the wake of rising swine flu cases in the state, the government was quick to take action as 12 people are dead in the state. According to the health department officials, the state has around 150 total numbers of cases of swine flu.
Taking the measure and preparedness for swine flu, the CM of the state Yogi Adityanath had also visited the Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences.
The state government has also asked all private hospitals and pathological labs to conduct swine flu confirmatory test as government hospitals are under pressure with mounting patients.