Due to bad weather condition, the orange city is muddled under a viral attack. Which strongly affecting children and adults of the city. There are long queues in Hospitals of patients with complaints of cough, fever, cold and body ache. Doctors say these viral is going towards a serious disease dengue-like every year in the rainy season. Dr Sarita Kamdar, Nagpur Municipal Corporation health officer said that “there is an increase inpatient but there was no need to panic”. Dr Kamdar said,” definitely there has been an increase in footfalls in OPD clinic but during monsoon infection is common. These virus spreads through air droplets from the infected person whenever he/she touches any place. When a healthy person touches the same place he too gets infected to those viruses. So, therefore, we need medical education for all our citizen”.
Due to lower immunity level kids have been mostly attacked by this viral infection compared to an adult. As infections get spread easily in school. Before the onset of fever, the child has some symptoms like feeling tired or feeling more sleepy than normal. This is the signs which parents should look over and also take special care. Usually, fever is showed on the same day but sometimes it also takes 2 to 3 days. Apart from viral infection this season also comes up with some harmful diseases like dengue, swine flu, and typhoid. This problem is a cross country due to bad weather condition.
Viruses need little heat, cold and water to thrive. These time they are getting all three. For boosting, immunity children should keep eating a frequent meal, Said Dr Rajiv Mohta. Schools are also taking proper care and urging the parents to not send a sick child to school in fear of spreading infection and also for their own health safety. “There is no point in sending a sick child to school because they have a lot of complaints about body ache, cold, fever. They spent more time in nurse room rather than in class”, said Reena Dargan chairperson of CBSE’S Nagpur Sahodaya School Complex.