Symptoms of swine flu include fever and cough, sore throat, leakage or clogged nose, difficulty breathing.
The government has directed its entire hospital to perform local logistics procurement.
- Swine flu cases continue to rise
- Seasonal influenza (H1N1) is a self-limiting viral
- Some common symptoms include body aches, headache, fever, and fever
A total of 512 cases of seasonal influenza (H1N1) have been registered without deaths reported in the capital by Tuesday, the Delhi government announced on Wednesday.
The government has directed its entire hospital to perform local procurement of logistics to provide a continuous supply of drugs, vaccines and kits.
"All state hospitals are equipped with the necessary logistics needed for the management of seasonal influenza (H1N1)," the government said in a statement.
"The collection and compilation of confirmed cases of swine flu from various reporting units and laboratories with a complete list of links is done at the state level. The report prepared is shared with areas for timely oversight activities and preventive measures," the government said, adding that there were 512 cases in Delhi so far for seasonal influenza until January 29.
According to an advisory issue from the Delhi General Health Services Directorate, seasonal influenza (H1N1) is a self-limiting viral, airborne disease that spreads from person to person through large drops generated by coughing and sneezing, indirect contact by touching a contaminated object or surface transfer of farms such as telephone, mobile phones, computers, door handles, door, pens, toys) and close contact (including handling, hugging, kissing).
"Symptoms include fever and cough, sore throat, runny nose or difficulty breathing. Other symptoms may include body aches, headache, fatigue, fever, diarrhea and vomiting and bleeding saliva."
The advisory also stated that children with mild illness but with predisposing risk factors, pregnant women, people aged 65 years or older, patients with lung disease, heart disease, liver disease, kidney disease, blood disorders, diabetes , neurological disorders, cancer and HIV / AIDS, patients with long-term cortisone therapy are below the high risk group.