Jharkhand reports two more H3N2 influenza infections
According to a health department official, Jharkhand has now reported two new cases of H3N2 influenza as well as five new COVID-19 infections.
According to the official, a 68-year-old lady who was taken to Tata Main Hospital (TMH), Jamshedpur on Thursday with cold and fever symptoms tested positive for the H3N2 influenza virus on Saturday.
The sufferer was confined in an isolation unit and is under monitoring, according to Dr. Jujhar Manjhi, the civil surgeon for the East Singhbhum district, who confirmed the incident. He said the victim had never travelled before.
In Ranchi's Rani Hospital, there was a second case that was reported. Dr. Rajesh Singh, the hospital's administrator, said to PTI: "On Saturday, a four-year-old kid tested positive for the H3N2 influenza virus. The young patient had pneumonia symptoms when they were taken to the hospital. The information was corroborated by MicroPraxis Lab in Ranchi." With five more instances of COVID-19 reported on Saturday, the state's total number of current COVID-19 cases has risen to 10.
Each of the districts of Ranchi and West Singhbhum have recorded two instances, while Deoghar reported one case on Saturday. According to the Covid bulletin of the health department, the districts of Deoghar, East Singhbhum, and Latehar each reported one incidence, while Ranchi recorded two.
During the disease's breakout, there have been 4,42,589 coronavirus cases reported in Jharkhand. Thus far, 5,332 individuals have died from the sickness, whereas 4,37,247 people have been cured of the illness.
In the last 24 hours, 926 samples were tested for COVID-19 in Jharkhand, according to the bulletin.
Nonetheless, several of the physicians asserted that if testing were enhanced, the number of instances may rise.