Vadodara: A 58-year-old girl died attributable to flu-like signs at a state-run hospital in Vadodara metropolis of Gujarat, an official stated on Tuesday.
When requested if the H3N2 influenza virus was the trigger, the official stated samples have been despatched for testing and a overview committee will decide the precise reason behind the lady’s demise.
The affected person was shifted to Sir Sayajirao Normal (SSG) Hospital on March 11 from a non-public facility. She died on March 13, stated Resident Medical Officer (RMO), SSG Hospital, D Okay Helaya.
We have now taken all of the samples and despatched them for testing. The overview committee will decide the reason for the lady’s demise,” the RMO informed reporters. The deceased was a resident of Fatehgunj space in Vadodara.
Gujarat has reported three instances of seasonal influenza subtype H3N2 to this point this yr, Well being Minister Rushikesh Patel had stated final week. “Until March 10 this yr, a complete of 80 instances of season flu had been reported in Gujarat, out of which 77 are influenza of H1N1 and three of H3N2 subtypes. Not a single demise has occurred right here attributable to H3N2,” Patel had stated.
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