Mystery Virus 2023: A mysterious virus in Hyderabad has increased the concern of people. People exposed to this virus are being admitted to hospital with symptoms like difficulty breathing and low oxygen levels. Initially doctors did not take this virus seriously, but the continuous increase in its cases has increased the problems of the people. Although doctors had earlier suspected swine flu or Covid-19, both reports were found negative in the investigation.
Continuous increase in the number of patients
According to media reports, this virus has not been identified yet. This virus is affecting people of all ages including adults, children and people with weak immunity. In the last two-three months, the number of patients affected by it is continuously increasing. Experts say that at present there has been a decline in its cases, patients coming in contact with this virus are recovering within five days. However, this virus is not limited to Hyderabad only. Its effect is now being seen in Maharashtra and Karnataka. Doctors have expressed concern over the increasing number of cases.
many cases came to light
Doctors say that this is probably due to the arrival of an unknown respiratory virus, currently doctors are studying it to find out about it. Testing for swine flu, COVID-19, influenza A and influenza B viruses is being conducted at Gandhi Hospital, Fever Hospital and Institute of Preventive Medicine (IPM). Medical experts say that we have been seeing this pattern for the last two to three months. There have now been several cases of acute respiratory illnesses, typically, influenza-like illnesses, with symptoms such as difficulty breathing and shortness of breath.
What did the doctor say?
Media reports quoted doctors as saying that the oxygen saturation test was expected to be positive for swine flu or Covid-19, but that is not the case here. Experts say that these could be some other respiratory viruses. However, there is nothing to worry about this virus yet.
What is recovery rate?
It is being told that the recovery rate in all these cases is 100 percent so far. Recovery is happening within five days of its treatment. Due to the endemic nature of the virus, there are some cases of swine flu as well as COVID-19, but still the situation is not worrisome. According to experts, there are more than 200 respiratory viruses that affect humans, the most common of which are influenza viruses, rhinoviruses, enteroviruses, coronaviruses including SARS and MERS, respiratory syncytial virus, and parainfluenza virus.