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Dengue sting is not stopping in UP, more than 3 thousand patients found in 14 days and two deaths, mosquito havoc in 10 districts including Lucknow

Dengue is spreading rapidly in many districts of Uttar Pradesh. The central government has sent a high-level team of health experts to Firozabad, Agra and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh to deal with dengue. This is an expert team of the central government which will assist in dealing with dengue along with the officials of the UP government.

Dengue to 3,406 people from January 1 to October 14

In Uttar Pradesh from January 1 to October 14, 3,406 people have got dengue and two patients have died from it. All necessary preventive measures are being taken by the Medical and Health Department. In UP, more than 3 thousand patients have been found in 14 days. The same number of patients were found in the last eight months. A six-member central government team will take stock of the situation in all the affected districts including Firozabad, Agra, Lucknow, Prayagraj. From January to October last year, 14,987 dengue patients were found. Screening arrangements have been made in around 60 houses if a single dengue patient is found in any area.

Number of patients admitted in Lucknow-Dengue crosses 100

The number of dengue patients admitted in government hospitals and medical institutions of the capital Lucknow has crossed 100. At present, more than 104 patients are admitted in various hospitals. In many hospitals, an additional ward has been created when the dengue ward is full. At present, maximum 55 patients are admitted in Lokbandhu Hospital. There is facility of ELISA test here and investigation is being done in OPD and emergency.

Earlier, a 20-bed dengue ward was built in many government hospitals here, but after increasing the number of patients, the beds have been increased. Most patients from Alambagh, Krishnanagar and PGI areas are admitted here. Similarly, 13 dengue patients are admitted in Balrampur Hospital, out of which three are children. 15 patients are admitted in KGMU, 10 in Lohia and 11 in Civil. In the last 24 hours, 33 new dengue patients have been found in the capital. In this, many patients are getting their treatment in government and private hospitals. The CMO said that 10 cases have been found in Alambagh, 10 in Aliganj, 2 in Silver Jubilee, 1 in Tudiyaganj, 3 in Sarojininagar, 1 in Aishbagh, 2 in Indiranagar and 4 in NK Road. On the other hand, Lokbandhu Medical Superintendent Ajay Shankar Tripathi told that 55 dengue patients are admitted in Lokbandhu. A 20-bed isolation ward was made, after more patients came, the number of beds has been increased. If needed, more dengue wards will be set up.

Special cleanliness drive in Lucknow

In view of the increasing case of dengue, a special cleanliness drive was conducted in Lucknow from today. In view of dengue and malaria, the administration has instructed all the schools that children should be called in full sleeve clothes only. The Municipal Corporation has been instructed to do fogging twice a day in the morning and evening.

Dengue is becoming uncontrollable in Bareilly

So far a total of 108 positive cases have been reported in Bareilly district. Dengue ward is completely filled with patients. Dengue patients are also admitted in private hospitals.

Central government sent a 6-member team

The central government has sent high-level teams to Firozabad, Agra and Etawah in Uttar Pradesh to deal with dengue. The situation has worsened due to dengue in these places. Cases are increasing continuously. This is an expert team of the Central Government which will assist in dealing with Dengue along with the officials of the Government of Uttar Pradesh. Last year too, the situation had worsened in these areas due to dengue, which claimed many lives.

First death due to dengue in Noida

The first case of dengue death has been reported in Gautam Budh Nagar district. The 37-year-old woman was being treated at a private hospital. The woman used to work in a private company. The deceased woman was a resident of Century Apartment in Sector 100. The health department is not aware of this. The woman was shifted to the ICU after the platelets were very low. The woman died during treatment.