Coimbatore Flu Virus Fever Symptoms And RemedySophia Loren (Author) Published Date : Nov 23, 2023 10:42 IST
In Coimbatore district, flu virus fever spreads widely due to climate change. Due to this, the district administration has advised that people wear masks while going out.
Due to North East Monsoon, heavy rain pours across Tamil Nadu. From Chennai to Kanyakumari, it is raining intermittently with heavy lightning and thunder in all the districts.
In this situation, the Flu is spreading in Coimbatore due to climate change. The flu outbreak is widespread, so the hospitals and clinics are filled with patients. The cases are increasing every day.
Due to this, the district administration has given important instructions to the people of Coimbatore. The press release stated that Flu virus fever is widespread in Coimbatore district due to climate change. Children and older people can be easily affected by this virus.
Below are the Symptoms and treatment for the Flu:
Symptoms: Fever, body aches, runny nose, headache, and cough are the symptoms of this virus. Generally, people who suffer from this disease recover within seven days. People with co-morbidities like diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and cancer should take medicines on the advice of the doctor.
Face mask: During this period, the public is suggested to drink cold water. If there is hoarseness in the throat, gargle with rock salt in hot water. Cover your mouth and nose with a handkerchief or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Wash your hands frequently with soap. Wear a face mask when going outside.
Doctor advice: Keep a distance of about 1 meter from others. As we did in the period, one should wash your hands and feet with soap before entering the house. Eat foods rich in vitamin C and protein. The above series of actions can prevent viral fever. Also, those who experience fever should consult a doctor and take medicines according to the doctor's doctors advice.
Appropriate treatment: Fever camps are being conducted in the district to check whether the public is infected with the flu. If fever is confirmed, they are given appropriate treatment. If further treatment is required, treatment is being done by referring to hospitals. For individuals requiring in-patient treatment, details can be obtained from government and private hospitals in their respective areas of residence.