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Bengaluru: ‘No need to be panic of Influenza A H3N2’

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Bengaluru: Karnataka Health Minister Dr. K Sudhakar on Monday March 6 said that there is no need to panic regarding Influenza A H3N2 variant virus infection in the State.

Minister was speaking at a meeting held with Technical Advisory Committee. He informed that precautionary guidelines will be soon released for people. An order will be issued instructing the health staff of all the hospitals to wear face masks compulsorily.

The Centre in its guidelines has set a target of 25 tests per week and we are screening 25 cases of SARI (severe acute respiratory infections) and ILI (influenza-like illness), he said.

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