Three more deaths due to fever in Haridwar, Dengue confirmed so far in Uttarakhand 6412

Dengue is causing havoc in Uttarakhand. At the same time, three more people have died due to fever in Chhapur and Sikanderpur Bhainswal villages of Bhagwanpur tehsil area of Haridwar. So far 14 people have died in both the villages within a month. However, villagers are calling it a death due to dengue. On Friday, three villagers of Chhapur have been admitted to the hospital. Early signs of dengue have been found in all three patients.

Fever has caused havoc in Chhapur and Sikanderpur Bhainswal villages of the Bhagwanpur tehsil area for a month. Mustakima (50), a resident of Chhapur village, was suffering from fever for many days. The treatment of the woman was going on in the village itself. Her health suddenly worsened at night. The family took her to a private nursing home in Roorkee, where the woman died during treatment. So far 10 people have died in this village.

At the same time, the initial signs of dengue have been found in three more people in the village. All have been hospitalized. On the other hand, Sukhram (40), resident of Sikanderpur Bhainswal village, was suffering from fever for several days. He was undergoing treatment at a physician in Roorkee. The patient died when he was taken to a higher center in Meerut due to deteriorating health.

Apart from this, Husaib (80) of the same village also died of fever. Three people have already died in this village in a month. Bhagwanpur Community Medical Center Incharge Dr. Vikrant Sirohi said that no information has been received in this regard. The Health Department team is constantly visiting the village. The indoor spray has been done.

11 children suffering from fever in residential school

In Adarsh Residential School, Bhagwanpur, Chhapur village, 11 children are suffering from fever. These children have been brought to Roorkee Civil Hospital on Friday. Bhagwanpur Community Health Center Incharge Dr. Vikrant Sirohi informed us that children are being treated in the hospital. Even before this many children from this school have got a fever.

Dengue outbreak is not stopping

The outbreak of dengue has not stopped in Uttarakhand. The first week of October is also about to pass, but the mosquito is wreaking havoc in the mountain and the field. In the latest case also 271 more people have been affected by dengue in the state. The highest number of 84 patients are from Nainital and 78 are from Dehradun.

So far, dengue has been confirmed in 6412 people in the state. If the situation remains the same, this figure will soon reach seven thousand. According to information received from the Health Department, 78 patients who have confirmed dengue in Dehradun are from different regions. The number of patients here has now increased to 3809.

In the Nainital district too, the dengue mosquito is wreaking havoc. Here the number of dengue patients has increased to 1917. Similarly, dengue has been confirmed in 65 patients in Udham Singh Nagar and 42 patients in Haridwar. After this, the number of dengue patients has increased to 318 in Udham Singh Nagar and 271 in Haridwar. Dengue has been confirmed in 54 patients in Tehri, 17 in Almora, 12 in Pauri and 6 in Rudraprayag. Dengue has also killed 12 patients more in the state so far.

However, the health department is reporting eight deaths. However, the activity of dengue mosquito is not decreasing even after the cold knocked in the morning and evening in the atmosphere. Not a single day when new dengue patients are not coming out in the mountain and in the valley. This has led to sleepless nights in the health department.

Dengue symptoms in seven more people

Symptoms of dengue have been found in seven people at Roorkee Civil Hospital. Four of them have been admitted to the hospital. While two have been sent home after first aid. Dengue wards are full of patients.

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