H3N2 virus: TN to conduct fever camps in 1,000 locations

Due to the increase in the H3N2 virus related cases, Tamilnadu Health Minister Ma Subramanian, announced that the state’s health department will conduct more than 1,000 fever camps on March 10.

The minister said that the fever camps will conducted in 200 places in Chennai alone.

“H3N2 virus cases are raising all over India. Fever continues for 3-4 days. State Health Department has adequate stock of medicines. People should not fear this spread. ICMR has advised following Covid protocols for this new virus fever,” the minister said.

These camps will help make diagnosis, offer counselling and prescriptions to patients with symptoms such as fever, cold or cough amid the alarming rise in H3N2 virus cases.

These camps will be held in areas where cases are reported in high numbers to the health authorities.


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