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India prepared for any kind of public health exigency, says Centre amid child pneumonia outbreak in China

IndiaTimes Friday, 24 November 2023
The Union health ministry of India stated that there is a "low risk" to the country from the recent outbreak of H9N2 and pneumonia cases in China. The ministry is closely monitoring the situation and has observed a rise in respiratory illnesses among children in northern China. There have been no unusual pathogens or unexpected clinical manifestations identified so far. The World Health Organization has requested data from Chinese authorities and advised citizens to take precautions. India is prepared for any public health emergency and has strengthened its surveillance and detection networks
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