Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodias press conference on bird flu scare in Delhi


Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said, the report of the sample sent to Jalandhar is yet to come (file photo)

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  • Press conference on the status of bird flu in Delhi
  • More than 100 sample reports sent to Jalandhar are yet to come
  • Said, people do not get infection if they eat fully cooked chicken-eggs

new Delhi:

Bird Flu: In the nation’s capital Bird flu Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia held a press conference on Monday. On this occasion, he said that only samples taken from Sanjay Lake have been found positive so far. The area is being cleaned. He said that apart from Sanjay Lake, no concern has been seen from anywhere. The report of the samples sent to Jalandhar was to come, said the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Government (Delhi government), ‘This morning I have reviewed the entire situation with the experts and officials. The general public need not panic and fear.

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He said that the government is trying its best to stop its spread. As a precaution, live birds coming from outside Delhi were banned and the Ghazipur market was closed. It has been decided in the morning that the package of Meat Chicken that comes from outside Delhi will not be sold and sold in Delhi.

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Sisodia said that there is no need to panic from bird flu, it is a simple flu, it can spread from bird to human but till now there is no evidence that it can spread from person to person. People who eat chicken or egg also need not panic because if you are eating fully cooked chicken or egg then you will not get infection from it. Even if an infection comes from a bird, there may be some symptoms like phlegm, fever or headache. Can not be too much. More than 100 samples which were taken from Mayur Vihar or entire Delhi etc., the report from Jalandhar lab has not come yet.

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