Fever's havoc in 5 states of the country, this many people lost their lives

Patna: After the corona infection, many parts of the country are witnessing the effect of high fever. About 100 people have died of high fever in five states of North and Eastern India in the last month. In Madhya Pradesh, 3,000 cases of fever have been reported and six suspected deaths have been reported due to this, after which it has become another new state to suffer from fever. The first case of such a mysterious fever was reported in the second week of August in the Firozabad district of UP. But the government had said that it was a case of dengue. Dengue was cited as the reason for fever deaths on September 6.

Many parts of the same country are witnessing fever these days, but only a few of them have said that the reason is not clear. Madhya Pradesh and Haryana said that the reason behind high fever is not yet clear.

In Madhya Pradesh, 3,000 cases have been reported in the last 45 days with six suspected deaths. Dr. A.K. Singh, Additional Director (Health), UP said that 61 persons including 50 children and 11 adults have died of dengue in Firozabad. According to the West Bengal Health Department, about 1200 children have been affected by fever and respiratory disease in the last five days, while at least two have died in North Bengal. In Bihar, 14 children are feared dead due to respiratory pneumonia in two hospitals in Patna so far this month. At the same time, the fever in the States is increasing day by day.

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