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‘No cases registered of human infection of avian flu’

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Following four days of escalated observation taken up by the State and area health officials inside a 10 km span of Thorrur town in Ranga Reddy region, so far no persons have been found with manifestations of avian flu. As per health officials here, laborers who actually took care of selecting operations and the people who worked in poultry ranches, showed no manifestations of avian flue, which are same as those of swine influenza.

As a component of observation operations, on Friday, Health officials  screened another 4,359 persons. Since Tuesday, the wellbeing powers have screened 29,260 persons in and around the towns in Thorrur.


The individuals from the uncommon Central group that originated from NCDC and Integrated Disease Surveillance Program (IDSP) went by the Institute of Preventive Medicine (IPM) research facility in Hyderabad to discover its symptomatic abilities if there should be an occurrence of a human contamination of avian flu. “In this way, the circumstance is under control and our observation will proceed for ten more days. There have been no instances of human contamination of avian influenza. Our locale and State health teams will keep on taking up people visits and hold health camps in the territory,” JD, the study of disease transmission, Dr. G. Srinivas Rao said.



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