Experts Ask People Not To Panic After Death Due To H3N2 Influenza
Health experts asks Indian citizens not to panic, after India reported two deaths due to H3N2 influenza virus. On March 10, Karnataka and Haryana reported deaths of two individuals due to this now spread widely virus. After the recent pandemic due to the Coronavirus. Experts said, there is a need of increased monitoring and precaution, however, no need to panic for citizens with this H3N2 Influenza.