In a recent health development, the United States has notified World Health Organization (WHO) About the first case of human infection with the new coronavirus Influenza A (H1N2) Variant Virus.
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Infect Confirmed in Michigan According to reports from the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Affected patients are minors under the age of 18 who are recovering and do not require hospitalization.
Studies conducted by the local health department showed that the patient had been exposed to the swine virus This can happen at a produce expo. So far, though, there’s no evidence of “sustained transmission” from person to person.
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The patient’s symptoms include Fever, cough, sore throat, muscle aches, headache, shortness of breath, diarrhea, nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness. He went to the emergency department on July 29, and collected an upper respiratory tract sample on July 30, and the test result was positive for influenza A H1N2 virus.patient receive antiviral treatment Fight the flu on August 1.
The incident marked the first detection of H1N2 influenza virus infection in the United States this year. Since 2005, 512 infections registered Caused by different variants of influenza A virus, including 37 people in the United States infected with influenza A (H1N2).
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Influenza A(H1N2) virus is common in pig populations around the world, and human infection is often associated with exposure to pigs or contaminated environments. There are significant differences between seasonal influenza viruses that affect humans and those that circulate in pigs.
In a statement, the World Health Organization emphasized that the situation does not require changes to current recommendations for the prevention and control of seasonal influenza.Additionally, it recommends Avoid contact with sick or dead animals and to report deaths of wild birds and mammals.
The World Health Organization recommends that travelers to areas with known outbreaks of animal influenza avoid farms and contact with animals in live animal markets and animal slaughter areas, Wash your hands frequently and maintain proper hygiene.
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