Dengue Attack In Roorkee: Dengue confirmed in 31 more patients in Shankarpuri, number of infected reached 99

Dengue was confirmed in 31 people in the report of 69 samples taken four days ago in Shankarpuri. A total of 99 people now suffer from dengue fever in the village. The mild fever problem, which started a month ago in Shankarpuri village, has now taken a terrible shape. When some people were given a quick test in a private lab, it was found that they had dengue fever. The health department team reached the village after these patients were found suffering from dengue fever. The Department of Health took samples from 100 people while holding a camp in the village. Meanwhile, a woman died of fever in the village. After examining samples from these hundreds of people, 46 people were found to have dengue fever.

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Subsequently, the Department of Health conducted a quick survey of about 50 people with fevers. In this 22 people were found suffering from dengue fever. Meanwhile, three days ago, the Department of Health had sent samples from 69 people from the village for examination. Dengue was again confirmed in 31 people in the report of these samples.

In such a situation, 99 people in the village are now under the influence of dengue fever. On Friday, the Department of Health team visited the village and checked the health of the residents. Medicines were also distributed to people suffering from fever. Dr. Kumar Khagendra CAMO says dengue fever has now been confirmed in 31 other people. The health of the people is monitored by a special campaign in the village.

A free medical camp was organized by the Shankarpuri Village Homeopathy Department. Medicines were distributed to camp patients based on their symptoms. Along with this, certified homeopathic medicines have been distributed by the Central Council for Homeopathy Research under the Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India, to prevent dengue fever to family members.

Meanwhile, medicine has been administered to 115 suffering patients based on symptoms in the camp. About 330 people received drugs to prevent dengue fever. Present in the camp were the doctor from the Landoura government homeopathic hospital, Dr. Bhagat Singh, the doctor from the Berhampur government homeopathic hospital, Dr. Divya Singh, Dinesh Chandra, the pharmacist Ravindra, Rifakat etc.

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