Two male males who had chronic underlying diseases died of A H3N2 flu, informed Marcelo Rios, Director of the Department of Health (Sedes), noting that this year, and added six deaths and 59 positive cases of this disease .
One of the deceased is a 65-year-old man; He lived in Villa Primero de Mayo and had heart problems, kidney failure and diabetes mellitus II. His death occurred on 4 February at the San Juan de Dios Hospital.
Another fatal victim is a 14-year-old teenager who lives in Yacuiba and suffers from congenital heart disease, in addition to a blood disease called thrombocytopenic purpura. The boy was hospitalized in San Juan de Dios and died on Feb. 2.
The Scientific Committee analyzed the two cases and found that influenza A H3N2 aggravated the health of these people to cause death.
The head of the headquarters indicated that the orange health signal for influenza, which was released on February 2, remains.
You have to keep control
Given the lack of a vaccine in the public health system (estimated to be in May or June), Ríos recommends that the control filters be kept and the symptoms that are fever, headache, sore throat, nasal congestion and cough
If you experience these symptoms, you should immediately go to the health center and avoid self-treatment.
Since the beginning of classes the filter has been applied in schools, ie. the regent needs to see if a student enters the restaurant with symptoms of influenza. In classroom teachers should be careful.
Rios also recommended that alcohol in gel be available to workers and the public at large, in public institutions, companies, factories, shopping centers, banks and social recreation centers to avoid the spread of influenza. Meanwhile, the population should get used to washing their hands with soap and water and avoid greeting with their hands.