Since the beginning of September in India, many more states including the northern state of Uttar Pradesh are currently in the grip of dengue and other deadly fever along with the corona epidemic. Dozens of deaths are taking place due to this. A campaign is being run by the officials to destroy the mosquitoes. Madhya Pradesh has also reported more than 2400 dengue cases so far. At the same time, cases of dengue along with viral fever are also being reported in Patna, the capital of Bihar. Proper management is being done in the hospitals and affected areas here.
Dengue and viral fever havoc in Uttar Pradesh, deaths are happening every day
Dengue and viral fever are wreaking havoc in the Braj region of Uttar Pradesh. On Tuesday, 17 people died in three districts. Firozabad district alone recorded 10 deaths. Four deaths were recorded in Hathras and three in Kasganj. 33 new dengue patients have been found in Mainpuri, Mathura and Hathras. 10 dengue patients have been confirmed in Mathura. The total number of patients in the district has gone up to 298. Symptoms of dengue were confirmed in 11 new patients in Mainpuri. A team was sent from the center to take stock of Firozabad and Mathura.
Nipah suspected in Mangaluru
A week after the death of a 12-year-old child due to Nipah virus in Kozhikode, Kerala, a suspected patient has now appeared in a hospital in Mangaluru, Karnataka. Dakshina Kannada Deputy Commissioner Dr. KV Rajendra confirmed this and said that the matter cannot be ignored. He said that the victim works in an RT-PCR test kit manufacturing unit based in Goa. The Deputy Commissioner said that the samples of the suspect have been sent to the National Institute of Virology (NIV), Pune for examination. His relatives have also been kept in isolation.