Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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A Study of Influenza and epidemic transmission Study in Human Populations
Manoj Kumar Singh, Dr. Kishan Pal Singh, Dr. Davendra Kumar
Influenza is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. This genetic exchange mechanism is called reassortment. Sudden shifts in viral genetics and vulnerability in hosts are induced by reassortment. Influenza A has a broad variety of vulnerable avian hosts, such as humans, goats, ponies, whales, and mink, as well as mammalian hosts. Moreover, the virus will move hosts frequently to invade several types of avian and mammalian types. Continuous public health problems are posed by the unpredictability of influenza and virus evolution and interspecies migration. Influenza transmission prediction of human societies is explored in this article. Further the Study of constructing a mathematical solution and approach for managing of epidemics is the key findings of the investigation. The enough comprehensive idea must be necessary to study the spread, transmission and other issues are necessary for prevention. Vaccines and medicines are two key solutions to protect the people from these diseases. An application can only be fabricated through mathematical model, if there are availability of data and situation of epidemics along with the spreading nature and biological information present.
Influenza, Contagious Respiratory, Public Health Challenges, Influenza Transmission
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