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Bird Flu: If you notice these symptoms, contact doctor immediately World Daily News24 - English

Bird Flu: If you notice these symptoms, contact doctor immediately World Daily News24 - English

Where India aside Corona While suffering from an epidemic, a new disease bird flu has spread its foot in 7 states of India. Filahal This flu has come in the way of some species of birds, including rooster, duck and crow. Which includes Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Kerala, Punjab, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttarakhand. For which the local governments are seen banning the sale of meat.

Today we will talk about the symptoms and prevention of bird flu, stay tuned with this special article.

What is bird flu

Let us tell you, bird flu is a viral infection that spreads from one bird to another. This flu is also called avian influenza. According to the information received, the most dangerous form of bird flu is H5N1, which is highly contagious. This virus is so dangerous that it can easily spread from birds to other animals. Which can be fatal. If the treatment is not received on time, then the risk of it can increase by 10 times, which can easily lead to the death of any animal or human.

At the same time, the World Health Organization was first reported in 1997 in the case of avian influenza in Hong Kong. At that time, the infected chickens were reported responsible for this bird flu at the poultry farm.

You will be surprised to know that 60 percent (infected) people died due to the flu at that time. Bird flu is caused by contact with infected bird feces, nasal secretions, saliva in the mouth or water coming out of the eyes.

What are the symptoms of bird flu

  1. Can not breathe properly,
  2. Cough,
  3. Phlegm formation and accumulation,
  4. Headaches persist,
  5. Fever and numbness,
  6. Body ache,
  7. Experiencing early fatigue and
  8. Stomach ache

This is how bird flu can be prevented

  1. Do not consume meat, if you are buying, do not buy from the open market.
  2. Avoid contact with birds.
  3. Sanitize hands frequently.
  4. Use a mask and
  5. Contact the doctor immediately, even if you notice mild symptoms.

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