Tomato Flu - Should Pakistan be Worried?
AbstractA new virus has emerged as an endemic in India and due to its highly contagious nature, is of great concern.1 The population of Kerala is 3.34crores, population growth of 4.91% current decade, contributing to about 2.76% of the total population of India. Making the spread of infections easier.2 Tomato flu is a viral infection that predominantly infects children under the age of 5 years. Tomato flu gets its name from red-coloured, tomatoshaped blisters that develop on different parts of the body, similar to those developed during monkeypox infection.1 Tomato flu presents symptoms like any other viral infection including COVID-19 infection, but it is not associated with SARS-CoV-2.3
- 2023-02-25 (2)
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