Recently, Beijing has become the most active area of influenza A virus this winter, which has killed two people. The news has aroused widespread concern. Some citizens are worried about whether influenza A will “make a comeback”. The H1N1 virus, which was a global pandemic in 2009, caused a large-scale panic.
Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention said that the peak of influenza in Guangdong lags several months behind that in the north, and generally enters the high incidence season in March. But for this terrible virus, citizens are advised to focus on prevention. The baby’s immunity is low, and it is one of the people who should do a good job in prevention.
Event replay: two deaths in Beijing have basic diseases
Beijing CDC said that the incidence rate of influenza in Beijing was the highest since 2008, due to the cold weather. The incidence of influenza a H1N1 is increasing.
According to statistics, from December 27, 2012 to January 4, 2013, two cases of H1N1 influenza deaths were reported in Beijing, both women. However, experts said that the two dead had basic diseases before. One was 22 years old and had a history of anemia; A 65 year old patient suffered from tumor disease. Therefore, the public need not panic too much about swine flu.
There was no significant increase in influenza patients in Guangdong
He Jianfeng, chief expert of Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and prevention, said yesterday that due to regional and climate differences, the North generally enters the peak of influenza in October, while Guangdong is the peak of influenza from March to July. According to the provincial monitoring situation, the current influenza epidemic in Guangdong is in a very low state, and no influenza A cases have been found.
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Page 1: the first two cases of influenza a death in Beijing
Page 2: basic symptoms of influenza A and its difference from the common cold
Page 3: precautions for baby’s prevention of swine flu (I)
Page 4: precautions for baby’s prevention of swine flu (II)