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All -round attack of diseases on Chhattisgarh: Between Corona, Dengue, Malaria, the rise of swine flu, the ratio of dengue is the most dangerous

All -round attack of diseases on Chhattisgarh: Between Corona, Dengue, Malaria, the rise of swine flu, the ratio of dengue is the most dangerous

Chhattisgarh has attacked all -round attacks in Chhattisgarh amid the panic of epidemics like Korona and MonkeyPox. The transition rate of Corona remains over 4%. Meanwhile, dengue and malaria have become uncontrollable. Swine flu infection is also spreading. According to the data of the dengue has increased in this, according to data from the Health Department, 859 dengue patients have been received from January 2022 to 3 August 2022. Out of this, 704 patients were revealed only in Bastar district. This figure is dangerous because it is the highest number of patients in the last three years. In 2020, only 57 cases of Dagu were found during the entire year. In 2021, 740 patients were found between January and September. A total of one thousand 86 patients were identified that year. Whereas this year 859 patients have been received from January to 3rd of August. At the same time, three people have also died. The Health Department is considering them as suspicious as they had other diseases along with dengue. It is being said that it can be fully converted only after the death audit. Its danger has still increased in the districts of Bastar division.

Korona epidemic figure is also increasing dangerously. On Wednesday itself, 501 new cases came up a day. The infection rate of epidemic has reached 4.34% at this time. Earlier it has also touched the 6% figure. On Wednesday, a patient of Janjgir-Champa has also died due to Corona. So far, 14 thousand 71 people have lost their lives due to Korona epidemic. At the same time, 11 lakh 67 thousand 517 people have been hit by this epidemic so far. The infection has started increasing again since June. Its scope also increased with monsoon. Health department officials say that in the rainy season, there is generally cold and cold. People are not examining and treating them in time even in the event of infection. Due to this, this infection is also spreading. At the same time, the increase of uninterrupted visits and crowded events is also being given a major reason. Has knocked. This infection of the H1N1 influenza virus has affected 14 people. Only three of them have been discharged after treatment. Treatment of 11 people is still going on. The concern has increased because the Health Department has detected the disease in a long time. It is being told that in many people, this disease was revealed about 20 days ago. It was confirmed on Tuesday. Protocols of treatment were then released. In such a situation, people who came in contact with patients have not been identified. It is not even known where the infection came from. It is feared that in these 15-20 days the infection will be widely spread.

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Malaria havoc in Bastar division

frequently spreading malaria during rainy days also increased dangerously. Is. The most affected by this is the districts of Bastar division. Many people have lost their lives due to this disease in Bastar. The Health Department has been waging a major campaign to eradicate malaria for the last few years. Under this, the health department team is reaching the village and taking blood sample of the people. On the strength of malaria, medicines etc. are being given at home. Measures are also being taken to prevent mosquitoes. The government had claimed, the rate of malaria has come down.

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August 4th 2022, 6:31 am
Amitesh Kumar
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