Swine Flu Viral: Maharashtra and Gujarat 1,094 Died in 8 Months

Swine Flu Viral: Maharashtra and Gujarat 1,094 Died in 8 Months :- You all know that Swine Flu Viral is getting very viral in India. Everyone is talking about the serious issue. Also, the victim’s numbers are increasing and lots of cases are coming out in hospitals day by day. You can say that this problem is being very serious in all over the world. Well, today here we are going to talking about this issue in India where some new cases came out and becoming the serious topic to talk.

As per the reports, Swine flu continues its death and till March unabated as total 1094 people are infected with H1N1 virus infection in last eight months. Also, shows the data released by Union Health Ministry on Wednesday and said “Swine flu has claimed 342 lives in last three weeks.” The latest data on swine flu reveals that Maharashtra and Gujarat are worst affected by viral influenza with 437 and 269 deaths, respectively.

Swine Flu Viral In Maharashtra and Gujarat

Also, around 22,186 cases of swine flu India witnessed till August 20, Maharashtra has recorded 4,245  cases till 20. Also, the reports are coming that these cases are highest in the country. Even in another BJP-ruled state, Gujarat recorded 3,029 swine flu cases, followed by Tamil Nadu 2,994 cases. Among other states that recorded the high number of swine flu till August 20, 2017, are Karnataka (2,956) and Kerala (1,374). Reports are coming that only three northeastern states- Mizoram, Nagaland, and Meghalaya are safe with this flu till 20.

Even according to Telangana government report, one hundred cases of swine flu infection have been detected in the state since August 1 till 20. Only good fact is that they didn’t report any death due to the swine flu infection this month, said the government. If we talk about capital city Delhi which has recorded 1,719 H1N1 infections and five deaths, BJP requested Lt Governor Anil Baijal for declaring a medical emergency. You can say that Delhi BJP leader Manoj Tiwari alleged the ruling AAP government is only issuing “political statements” instead of taking steps to prevent the disease.

As per the data, 342 people have died in August alone as compared to six deaths in the same period last year. However, September and October are good where deaths are not that high.