Bird Flu Symptoms: Bird Flu Risk Among Corona Pandemic, Know What Are The Symptoms And How To Prevention And Treatment? - Newztezz Online


Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Bird Flu Symptoms: Bird Flu Risk Among Corona Pandemic, Know What Are The Symptoms And How To Prevention And Treatment?

The world-wide Corona epidemic from Wuhan city of China has not stopped. 
However, its vaccine has been available in many countries including India, which is a matter of relief. Vaccination is going to start soon in the country. Meanwhile, a new threat is being feared in two states of the country.

In fact, a large number of crows have died in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in the last few days. The reason behind these deaths is being told to the 'bird flu' virus. Considering the seriousness of the matter, the state governments of Jharkhand and Himachal Pradesh have also issued an alert after MP, Rajasthan. Here the central government has also come into active mode.

H5N1 virus threatens not only birds but also humans

This disease, also known as bird flu, is actually spread due to the avian influenza virus H5N1. Although the H5N8 virus has been confirmed to be found in crows. Not only do birds die due to this virus, this virus is also very dangerous for humans. According to experts, there is a risk of being killed.

Now in the areas where the crows have died, the population living in the nearby areas is also being monitored. This is because if it is really a bird flu virus, then it can be prevented from spreading to humans. Let us know that bird flu infection has spread many times before in the country.

Alert in states, serious steps taken

Key Secretary of Rajasthan Key Lal Meena has said that all the necessary steps are being taken in view of the seriousness of the case. People are also being made aware. At the same time, the Animal Husbandry Department has been alerted on the instructions of Animal Husbandry Minister Prem Singh Patel in Madhya Pradesh. Instructions have been given for special monitoring on poultry farms, poultry product markets, reservoirs and migratory birds.

Let us tell you that there have been cases of death of more than 250 crows in Rajasthan, while more than 375 crows have died in many cities of Madhya Pradesh. Lab test done after the crows died in Indore, H5N8 virus has also been found in 50 crows.

What are the symptoms of infection in birds?

According to Madhya Pradesh Animal Husbandry Minister Prem Patel, the virus H5N8 found in crows has not yet been found in chickens. The virus found in chickens is usually H5N1. He appealed to the people to keep an eye on the birds.

If there is swelling around the eyes, neck and head of birds, there is leakage from the eyes, blueness in the crest and legs, then all these can be signs of infection. It is advisable to be vigilant even if sudden weakness, feather fall, birds agility, diet and lack of eggs and abnormal mortality rate increase.

What are the symptoms and how to protect? (Bird Flu Symptoms and Prevention)

The symptoms of bird flu in humans are also similar to the common flu. Shortness of breath, fever, runny nose, feeling of vomiting, pain in head, muscles and lower abdomen… etc can be symptoms of this disease. In humans, this disease occurs due to the close proximity of chickens and infected birds.

Avian influenza virus is very dangerous and it can even kill humans. This virus enters humans through the eyes, nose or mouth. Experts advise that if bird flu infection spreads in the area, take full care of cleanliness when buying non-veg. Pass through the infected area by applying a mask.

Bird Flu Treatment

Bird flu is treated with antiviral drugs. Dr. PB Mishra states that doctors usually prescribe oseltamivir / Tamiflu (oseltamivir / Tamiflu) and Janamivir / Relenza (zanamivir / Relenza). But no medicine should be taken without medical advice.

To reduce the infection of this virus, it is advisable to rest completely. Also, healthy diet should be taken with maximum liquid. Other people are also advised to keep distance from the bird flu patient.

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