After the dreadful form of Corona, now the outbreak of Dengue has scared us. Dengue has wreaked havoc in many states across the country. Uttar Pradesh is the worst affected by dengue. Dengue cases have also been reported in some areas of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Delhi-NCR amid outbreaks of fever. The central team also visited Firozabad district after the cases increased rapidly in the past. A mysterious fever has gripped children in West Bengal, forcing hundreds of people to be hospitalised.
The worst affected state of dengue is the various districts of Uttar Pradesh and more than 1 thousand 500 cases of viral fever have been reported. The areas of Central UP, Bundelkhand and Western UP have been badly affected. So far 61 people have lost their lives due to dengue in Firozabad. The situation is bad in hospitals of more than 450 people in the district. So far 97 dengue-viral cases have been reported from Prayagraj. Cases have also been reported from Agra, Ghaziabad and Noida.
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22 new cases of dengue have been reported from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Due to which the total number of infected people has increased to 225 this year. In state capital Bhopal, six fresh dengue cases have been reported, taking the total to 107 since January. 95 cases have been registered in Gwalior and 15 other cases in Chambal. To deal with dengue, the state government has started a campaign against dengue, with the people from September 15.
172 children have been admitted to two hospitals in West Bengal due to fever and other ailments. Of these, 67 children have been admitted to the pediatric ward of West Bengal Medical College and Hospital so far, while many have been discharged. 50 children were discharged from Jalpaiguri District Hospital on Thursday, out of which 105 are still admitted for treatment.
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