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  • Teenager dies of fever
    Lucknow BureauLucknow Bureau Updated Thu, 07 Nov 2019 12:24 AM IST

    Barabanki A teenager suffering from fever died in Jalalpur village of Trivediganj block. According to family members, during the treatment at CHC, typhoid was confirmed in the investigation. On the other hand, the CHC Superintendent has denied information about the death from fever.
    Khushboo (17), daughter of Ashok Singh, a resident of Jalalpur village, had a fever for the past one week. Khushboo's uncle Bablu said that CHC had shown him at Trivediganj's OPD. Where typhoid was confirmed in the investigation. Khushboo died due to fever on Wednesday morning. CHC Superintendent Dr. Mahmood Khan said that no death has been reported from fever. Health team will be sent to the village and the investigation will be done.
    https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-lko4908397180

    Outbreak of fever not stopping in Amroha, 44 deaths have occurred so far
    Hindustan team, Amroha
    Last updated: Thu, 07 Nov 2019 12:21 PM IST
    Outbreak of fever not stopping in Amroha, 44 deaths have occurred so far
    The outbreak of life-threatening fever in the district is not taking its name. Due to deaths due to fever, there is panic among the people, there is a panic among the officers. So far, the outbreak of fever has taken the lives of 44 people. The maximum number of deaths from fever has been reported in Hasanpur tehsil area.

    The outbreak of fever that has taken the lives of people has become fatal. Two people have died of fever in the current month itself. The woman died of fever in Pipalauti Khurd village of Hasanpur on Wednesday. Before this, fever has also died in Tabai village of Zoya block. So far, the outbreak of fever that has taken the lives of 44 people in the district is not taking its name. The maximum fever deaths have occurred in the villages of Hasanpur tehsil. However, in the investigation of officers, the cause of death of people is being told from other diseases. There is an outcry among the growing outbreak of the disease. The officials of the Health Department are on the back foot after the arrangements for prevention and treatment of the disease are less. As of dawn, long lines of patients are seen on the OPD of hospitals. Among them, the patients suffering from fever are the highest. More than 2000 patients are reaching for treatment at the district hospital and the CHC of the city. More than half of these people reach for fever treatment Have been. Against the number of patients, the arrangements of the department are proving insufficient. Even after all the exercises of the department, the outbreak of fever is not taking its name.

    Monthly death figures in Amroha due to fever

    Aug 06

    September 17

    October 19

    Nov 02

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    • Outbreak of fever did not stop in district, Dengue also spread its foot
      Meerut BureauMeerut Bureau Updated Fri, 08 Nov 2019 12:18 AM IST


      Shamli The outbreak of fever in the district is not taking the name of stopping. So far, three women have died of fever. Family members have reported the death of two women with dengue fever, although the health department says that no one has died of dengue fever in the district. On the other hand, cases of dengue fever are also reported among innocent children in private hospitals.
      For the past several months, patients suffering from viral, typhoid and malaria fever are reaching government and private hospitals. Cases of dengue fever have been reported since the last week of October. Within a week, three women suffering from fever have died. In these, Mahmuda, a resident of Mohalla Nanu of Jalalabad town died a week ago, Kavita, a resident of Mohalla Ramratan Mandi of the same town, died two days ago. Kavita's family says that the personal doctor referred to dengue fever and referred him to Delhi, where he died during treatment. Apart from this, 61-year-old Madhubala died of fever in Mohalla Dhimanpura of Shamli. Family members said that the woman had fever on the next day of Diwali. When he was treated at a private doctor in the city, he referred to Delhi as being dengue. The woman died in a Delhi hospital during treatment.
      Symptoms are also found in children along with the elders.
      Private doctor Dr. Vedbhanu Malik said that in the last ten days, 8 children suffering from dengue fever have arrived. Recently on Wednesday, a three-month-old girl, resident of Razhar, has been referred due to dengue fever. Two days ago, a two-month-old girl resident of Gangoh was found to have dengue fever. On the other hand, the Health Department claims that three cases of dengue fever have been reported so far, but no one has died of dengue.
      - Send 26 samples to check for dengue so far
      On receiving symptoms of dengue fever by the Health Department, 26 blood samples have been sent to Meerut Medical for examination so far. About a month ago, six samples were taken at the camp at Yarpur in Thanabhawan due to the possibility of dengue fever. 18 samples of dengue probable case were sent to the camp in the village Gangeru for 15 days in 15 days. According to Health Department data, about 15 days ago, the mother and her son of Shamli came dengue positive. Both are healthy after treatment. On Wednesday, six-year-old Rabba, resident of Mohalla Sheikhzadgan, Kandhla, from Meerut Medical, has also been described as dengue positive. The child is undergoing treatment.
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      Alaiza test only shows dengue fever. It is investigated in Meerut or Delhi. In Shamli district, blood samples are sent to Meerut Medical for examination to confirm the possible cases of dengue which are found after examination with NH-1 card. So far, only three cases of dengue have come positive in the district, but no one has died due to fever. - Dr. Sanjay Bhatnagar, CMO
      https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-mrt4524710119

      Continuation of death due to fever, teenager dies
      Hindustan team, Banda
      Last updated: Thu, 07 Nov 2019 10:53 PM IST

      Infectious diseases continue to wreak havoc after the change of seasons. The process of death from fever did not stop. The teenager admitted to the district hospital died of fever. Meanwhile, more than half a dozen fever patients were admitted to the district hospital on Thursday.

      Toobi (16) daughter Ramesh Chandra, resident of Devkher village in Badausa police station area, was suffering from fever for a week. The family first underwent treatment in a private hospital. The condition did not improve. Sent him to the district hospital. On Wednesday evening, the family admitted him to the district hospital. He died during treatment here. As soon as death was known, there was chaos in the housemates. After the death, the family went home with the dead body. On the other hand, infectious diseases continue to wreak havoc due to change in weather. Private hospitals, including district hospitals, medical colleges, are full of patients. On Thursday, Bhelu (5) son Kamlesh, resident of Kurauli village of Fatehpur district, at district hospital, Mahima (21) daughter Shivpare, resident of Chahitara village of Dehat Kotwali area, Pradeep (2) son Ram Prasad, resident of Bambia village of Chilla, Vivek Nagar resident of Mahoba Devansh (2) son Satyendra, Rajulia (55) wife Sukhdev, resident of Maudha, Hamirpur.
      https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...s-2837424.html

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      • Two more people died of dengue, many fever patients admitted
        Publish Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2019 12:15 AM (IST)

        JNN, Pilibhit: The process of death of dengue patients in the district is not taking the name of stoppage. Two dengue infested patients died on Friday.

        Anand Kumar Sehgal, resident of Chowk Bazar of the city, died while undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Bareilly. Anand Sehgal retired as Principal Assistant from the Panchayat Raj section of Vikas Bhavan on July 31. He was suffering from dengue fever for almost a week. Due to the effects of dengue during treatment in a private hospital in Bareilly, he also suffered paralysis attack and brain hemorrhage. He was then put on ventilator but Anand Sehgal died on Friday afternoon. Anand Sehgal is survived by his wife, a son and a daughter. The son is a student of class five and the daughter is a student of class seven. At the same time, the case of death of dengue of 25-year-old daughter of Chhotalal, resident of Mohalla Sarai Khan of the city, has also come to light. So far thousands of people have come under the influence of viral fever, typhoid and dengue spreading in the area. On Friday, a large number of fever patients arrived at the district hospital. Physician Dr. 205 patients arrived in Ratanpal Sagar's OPD, 190 patients in Dr. Mahavir Singh's OPD and 135 special pediatric patients came to show. New patients suffering from fever are admitted in the hospital daily. Many dengue-prone patients are undergoing treatment in the district hospital as well as the emergency ward.
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        Many people are dengue apprehensive but are not going sample

        Jagran Correspondent, Pilibhit: Many patients are found to be dengue-prone in the district every day, but the Health Department officials are sending them to Sampal District Hospital, Bareilly for dengue confirmation. The Chief Medical Officer had written a letter to the IMA directing him to send the dengue-prone sample office. Except two-three private labs, other private doctors and lab operators in the district are not sending the records of dengue-prone patients to the CMO office. Here, due to negligence in the Chief Medical Officer's office, there is a delay in sending dengue suspected patients for sample ELISA test.
        https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19738806.html

        Outbreak of fever continues in 18 villages, hundreds sick

        Moradabad BureauMoradabad Bureau Updated Sat, 09 Nov 2019 12:48 AM IST

        Sambhal. There are fever outbreaks in one and a half dozen villages of Asmoli region. Hundreds of people are sick in it. Most of these people are suffering from fever. Those who are being treated through private hospitals and unregistered physicians. A dozen people have also died of fever. If the relatives believe that the deaths have been reported to be due to fever.
        Although the claim of the Health Department is different. He is not confirming a single death from fever. In fact, the Health Department has failed to get relief from outbreak of fever in the villages of Asmoli region. There is an outbreak of fever in villages Manota, Shahpur Dussar, Ratupura, Malpur, Gumsani, Madhan, Nareta Mohammadpur, Mansoorpur, Dondi, Sandhri, Tanda Kothi, Ratcheta, Obari, Mubarakpur, Buknala Sadat, Raja Ghalibpur, Shahbazpur in Asmoli region . In all these 18 villages, hundreds of people are sick with fever. Most patients are being treated at private hospitals and clinics of unregistered physicians.
        These patients are undergoing treatment in private hospitals in Sambhal, Amroha and Moradabad. People who are struggling with economic problems. His family is admitted in Mandalai Hospital Moradabad.
        According to the villagers, the health camps are being organized by the Health Department. They are not getting the right treatment. They go with blood samples, but the information about what the report came is not available. Hence, people are fearlessly resorting to private hospitals or unregistered doctors.
        So many deaths occurred in these villages -
        Deaths in
        Mubarakpur closed - Three
        Raja Ghalibpur - Four
        Talwar - Two
        Babukheda - One
        Buchnala Sadat - One
        Obari - One

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        Death due to fever, health department becomes indifferent
        Meerut BureauMeerut Bureau Updated Fri, 08 Nov 2019 11:36 PM IST

        Shamli Even after the fever spread in the district, the Health Department is not looking serious. Cases of fever are coming up daily in the district. There is a rush of fever patients in government and private hospitals. Apart from this, many people have been confirmed to be dengue positive in the Health Department report. Despite this, no effective steps are being taken by the department.
        There is an outbreak of fever in the district. Till now only viral, typhoid and malaria patients were reaching hospitals. But now patients with dengue fever are also reaching the hospital. Dengue cases are also being reported in children. There are crowds of patients in government and private hospitals, but the health department is flouting the viral fever. This situation is when the official data has confirmed that three people have dengue. On Friday, 10-year-old Nahid resident Barala, who was suffering from fever, undergoing treatment at CHC, was referred to the Higher Center. The doctors dismissed the child as typhoid fever. Three women have died due to fever in a week in the district, of which two women have been reported by family members to have dengue fever. The health team has not yet met any information from their family members.
        During the investigation of the Health Ministry team from Delhi, which came in September, dengue larvae were found in the coolers at the residential colony and railway station, besides the coolers of CHC Shamli. Even after this, the department did not warn. As a result, cases of dengue have started coming up in the district. Secretary of the Indian Medical Association, Dr. Shikhar Gupta said that most of the viral fever is going on. Along with this, cases of dengue are also coming in children. However, the Health Department is claiming to have anti-larvae sprayed and to get treatment by setting up camps in the villages.
        Symptoms of Dengue Fever
        High fever with cold and vomiting,
        Headache accompanied by sharp pain in the eyes,
        red brown rash on the body,
        rapid reduction of platelets,
        precautions and prevention
        Do not allow water to accumulate in coolers, pottery, pottery, etc.
        Keep cleanliness in and around the house.
        Do not allow waterlogging, pour kerosene into the drains.
        Use mosquito nets, dressed in full-sleeved clothes.
        In case of fever, drink more juice and water.
        Get treatment after consulting a doctor.
        Wherever fever is reported in the district, camps are being treated in those villages. Also anti larvae are being sprayed. Blood samples are being taken for examination along with treatment of fever victims. Slides are drawn. To prevent dengue fever, the municipality and health team are going door-to-door to check the water in the cooler etc. and make people aware. The fever is completely under control in the district. No one has died of dengue fever yet. - Dr. Srikanth, ACMO / Nodal Officer Infectious Disease.
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        Child dies of fever in peg, 150 people sick
        Hindustan Team, Fatehpur
        Last updated: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 11:21 PM IST

        The chain of deaths due to infectious disease is not stopping in Doaba. A child suffering from fever died last night in Khuntjhal Majre Reuri. More than one hundred and fifty people are in the grip of the disease in the village, of which more than half a dozen are being reported as critical. All are being treated at a private hospital in Kanpur. On the information, the health department team examined the health of 128 patients, making a slight of 20 patients on the fear of dengue and preventive action including anti larvae and fanging was taken in the village.

        Adarsh, the only four-year-old son of Khuntzhal resident Vivek Singh, suddenly worsened on Thursday. He was suffering from high fever. He was admitted to a private hospital, from where he was advised to move to Kanpur on the fear of dengue. The family took the child to a private hospital in Kanpur, where the child died during treatment. Family members said that the child was suffering from dengue with high fever. He died of dengue, although the CMO said that the child died due to pneumonia. The death of the only son created a rage in Vivek's house.
        https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...k-2839248.html

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        • Another woman died due to fever
          Hindustan Team, Kanpur
          Last updated: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 10:10 PM IST

          The outbreak of dengue that is wreaking havoc in the district is not taking its name. Continuation of deaths due to falling platelets and fever.

          On Friday, a woman of size roura died in the grip of fever while undergoing treatment. With this, the number of deaths due to disease in the district has increased to 19.

          The outbreak of dengue is causing havoc in the district. Shehnaz (25), wife of Dilshad of Rura town, was suffering from fever for several days. His family members were treating him in Kanpur. He died in Kanpur on Thursday night during treatment. His brother Irshad said that doctors there told him to be suffering from dengue. At the same time his father Shamshuddin accused him of negligence in his treatment.
          https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...r-2839117.html

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          • Mainpuri: Five people died due to fever, district affected by dengue, health department 'careless'
            News Desk, Amar Ujala, Mainpuri Updated Sun, 10 Nov 2019 12:14 AM IST


            Diseases in the district are not taking the name of stoppage. In the district hospital where three patients suffering from fever died. There were two deaths due to fever in Chhachha and Dwarikapur. 11 patients suffering from fever were also admitted to the district hospital.
            Niharika, a two-month-old daughter of Vivek Kumar, a resident of village Manikpur in Bhogaon police station area, suffered fever three days ago. The family admitted him to the district hospital. During treatment here, Niharika died on Friday night.

            Vinod Kumar, 55, a resident of Mohalla Sansarpur near the city, had been suffering from fever for the past few days. The family admitted him to the district hospital three days ago. He died on Saturday during his conviction.
            https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...i-alipur-khera

            Fever, pneumonia havoc, 6 including girl child succumbed
            Hindustan Team, Mainpuri
            Last updated: Sat, 09 Nov 2019 11:35 PM IST

            On Saturday, infectious diseases killed six people, including a girl. Two people died of fever including old age in Chhachha region. At the district hospital, two elderly people died of fever and two died. A girl died of pneumonia in the hospital. Panic spread in the district due to the death of six people in a single day. Two dengue-affected patients have also been admitted to the hospital.

            Siyaram, 62, a resident of Ashram Road in Kotwali area, was suffering from breathlessness and fever. Those whose relatives were hospitalized on Friday. Where he succumbed during treatment. At the same time, 55-year-old Laljit son Ramswaroop, resident of Bichwan police station area Nagla Kuan, was admitted to the hospital by his family members when he had fever. Where he died during treatment on Saturday. Similarly, the two-month-old daughter of Vinod Kumar, a resident of village Manikpur in Bhogaon police station area, brought the emergency after the situation worsened. Where doctors declared him dead after checkup. It is said that Niharika was suffering from pneumonia and fever. On Saturday, 55-year-old Vinod Putra Babulal resident Sansarpur Kotwali died due to fever in district Astpal.

            883 patients underwent treatment in OPD

            Mainpuri On Saturday, 383 female and 500 male patients consulted the doctors in the OPD of the district hospital by preparing a form and then took the medicine in line with the medicine counter. At the same time, 35 people of various diseases were admitted in the emergency. In which 8 people came out suffering from fever. Similarly, Jyoti, the 25-year-old wife of Anup Kumar, a resident of Mohalla Purohitana in Kotwali area and 19-year-old son of Mehboob Khan resident Mahbub Khan, have been admitted for suffering from dengue.

            Old age in Chhachha, a young man dies in Dwarikapur

            Alipur Kheda Fever havoc continues in village Chhachha of Sultanganj. On Friday night, a village resident died of fever and a 38-year-old man died of fever. The death of two people caused chaos in the family. 60-year-old Savitri Devi wife Ahibaran Singh, a resident of village Chhachha, had been suffering from fever for the past one week. His condition deteriorated on Friday night and he died at 9 pm. On the other hand, 38-year-old Suresh Chandra Lodhi son Moujiram Lodhi, resident of Majra Dwarikapur of Chhachha Gram Panchayat, died on Saturday morning at 8 am. Suresh Chandra was also suffering from fever for a week. Even before this, there have been deaths from dengue in Chhachha.
            https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...d-2841044.html

            Six including teacher died of fever in the district
            Meerut BureauMeerut Bureau Updated Sat, 09 Nov 2019 11:42 PM IST

            Behat / Chhutmalpur / Nagal (Saharanpur). The outbreak of fever is not taking its name in the district. Six people, including a teacher, died due to fever in various places in the district.
            The fever outbreak has not stopped in the village Rajapur of Punwarka development block. On Friday night, a fever-stricken villager from the village admitted to Mahant Indiresh Hospital died during treatment. 55-year-old Nathiram's son Nayadar Singh of the village had been suffering from fever for three days. Two days ago, he was admitted to the Mahant Indiresh Hospital in Dehradun due to ill health. The night he died during treatment. According to the family, he was called dengue. Villagers said that five people have died in the village in a month due to fever with calligraphy, sugara, mehruna and mudi. In this regard, Dr. Ajit Rathi, in-charge of PHC Punwarka said that only after seeing the investigation report, the causes of death will be known. He told that soon the team will be sent to the village and the investigation will be done.
            In Nagli Mehnaz village of Nagal region, a woman died due to fever. According to the information, 50-year-old Kaushal wife Satpal was suffering from fever for the last 20 days, it was being treated in a hospital in Haryana. He died on Friday night. Nagal CHC Incharge Dr. Vikas Pal said that the matter is not in the information. They will send a team and conduct an investigation.
            40-year-old Devendra Kumar, son of village Dayalpur in Behat, was a teacher in Jaipal Council School. Presently, he was posted in the village Khairi Mathati of the block Sadauli Kadim. On Friday, when his fever worsened, his family took him to a hospital in Dehradun. Devendra died on Saturday morning. There is a quandary in the family due to the death of the teacher. Kuldeep Singh, 35, a resident of Bhaguwala village in the area, was also suffering from fever for four days. On Friday, he was admitted to a hospital in Saharanpur after his condition deteriorated. According to family members, he was sent to higher center after dengue was confirmed. The family took him to Jolly Grant in the night, and sent him to PGI Chandigarh. Kuldeep died before reaching PGI late in the night. Medical Officer Incharge of Muzaffarabad Dr. Meenu Goyal said that he had camped three times in Dayalpur village and examined the patients. Also got fogging done twice. She will send a team to the village and conduct an investigation.
            Jamshed, 27-year-old young boy Abbas son of village Nanka of Chhutmalpur area, was suffering from fever for the last 15 days. The family was treating him at a private doctor in Chhutmalpur. He died on Saturday morning. The deceased was from a poor family and was living on his family by living in the village. He has three young children. The family has created a furore with the death of the young man. On the other hand, Dr. Navdeep Gupta, Medical Officer Incharge of CHC said that he is not aware. They will send a team and conduct an investigation. The fever victims should get their treatment in CHC only. Do not take medicines from a stove or medical store. All facilities are available free of cost in government hospitals.
            Spill Another woman died of fever in village Sikri Khurd. Nasima (55), wife of Munawwar, a resident of village Sikri Khurd, was suffering from fever for three days. The family admitted Nasima to a large hospital in Dehradun. Naseema died in hospital on Friday night due to fever. Two more women have already died of fever in village Sikri Khurd. People are upset with the third consecutive death due to fever in the village.
            https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-mrt4527948200

            Agreement on death of five-year-old child due to fever
            Hindustan Team, Bijnor
            Last updated: Sat, 09 Nov 2019 10:02 PM IST

            During the treatment at a doctor's clinic in Baruqi, on Friday, the family of the doctor and the deceased child's family were compromised in the case of the death of a five-year-old child with viral fever. Jai Kumar, the 5-year-old son of Girwar, a resident of village Shadipur in the police station area, was suffering from viral fever.

            The child was admitted to a doctor in village Baruki on Friday. Late night, the doctor referred the child to Bijnor. The child's family took him to a private doctor's nursing home. Where the doctor declared the child dead. The relatives of the deceased child created a ruckus by placing the dead body at the doctor's clinic in Baruki. During this time, the doctor left the clinic and escaped. On Friday midnight, some elite people made a compromise between the doctor and the relatives of the deceased child. The child was cremated on Saturday.
            https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...r-2840802.html




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            • Outbreak of fever continues in Hathras, teenager dies
              Aligarh BureauAligarh Bureau Updated Mon, 11 Nov 2019 12:21 AM IST

              , News Desk, Amar Ujala, Hathras
              Hathras A 14-year-old girl, a resident of village Nagla Danda in Hasayan region, died of fever. She was ill for the last several days.
              Shivani (14) daughter Ramkumar, resident of Nagla Danda, Hasayan lived alone with her mother Phoolmati. Shivani was suffering from fever for the past several days. If he was treated with a satchel, instead of being benefited, his condition worsened further.
              Shivani's condition became more serious on Sunday evening, on which Phulwati along with the people of her neighborhood took Shivani to the district hospital. The doctor present here declared him dead. After this, people went to the village with the body of the teenager.
              https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...ws-ali21844433

              Outbreak of fever did not stop, farmer died due to fever
              Hindustan team, Bulandshahr
              Last updated: Sun, 10 Nov 2019 11:26 PM IST

              Outbreak of viral fever and malaria in the district has not stopped. Dengue is also catching people. A 60-year-old farmer died of fever on Saturday. Talking about the district, more than 40 deaths have been caused by fever so far. The death toll from fever is increasing. According to villagers of village Thara in Khanpur, Kanhaiya Singh (age 60) used to work in agriculture. He had fever for the past few days. The family rushed to the government hospital with Kanhaiya, but was forced to show the unregistered doctor as the hospital was closed. After this, he took them home. The deceased's son Sanjay Lodhi said that on Friday, the doctor had told that his father's health is fine now, but suddenly the night's health deteriorated. Were taken to the doctor for treatment, He died on the way. Fever is wreaking havoc. Hundreds of people are still in the grip of fever. Private and government hospitals are full of patients. At the same time, diseases are spreading from mosquitoes flourishing in the countryside due to dirt. Due to this, people are facing problems. - Dengue cases are also coming in front. Dengue cases are also increasing in the district. So far, 20 cases have been reported in the health department, but in reality it is much higher. Dengue has also died. Apart from this, there are many such dengue patients. Those who are undergoing treatment in private hospitals, but the Health Department does not have data on them. Spraying is being done in Kot-city and countryside areas. Wherever cases of dengue or fever are being reported. Investigation is also being done by setting up camp there. - Dr. KN Tiwari, CMO But the Health Department does not have these figures. Spraying is being done in Kot-city and countryside areas. Wherever cases of dengue or fever are being reported. Investigation is also being done by setting up camp there. - Dr. KN Tiwari, CMO But the Health Department does not have these figures. Spraying is being done in Kot-city and countryside areas. Wherever cases of dengue or fever are being reported. Investigation is also being done by setting up camp there. - Dr. KN Tiwari, CMO
              https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...r-2842519.html


              Two women died of fever in Haraina village
              Moradabad BureauMoradabad Bureau Updated Mon, 11 Nov 2019 01:15 AM IST

              Amroha. The fever and dengue outbreak in the district is not taking a name. On Sunday also, two women suffering from fever died in Hariana village of Zoya block area. Due to which there was chaos in the family. A woman was being treated in Delhi. While the other one with a private doctor. Although the family is talking about dengue. There was chaos in the village due to the rise of two bodies back and forth. There is an atmosphere of panic among the villagers. At the same time, two deaths stirred health. The CMO and Nodal Officer visited the village.
              Bhura's family lives in the village Hariana in the Zoya block area. His wife Bano (65) was suffering from fever for the past several days. Private doctors of the district got treatment here, but to no avail. After this, the family admitted him to Delhi. Where he died during treatment on Saturday night. There was chaos in the family as soon as the news was received. The family arrived at the house with the dead body and Sunday's body has been surrendered. At the same time, 30-year-old Sahana alias Gudiya was also suffering from fever for five days. He died during treatment in the early hours of Sunday. There is an atmosphere of panic in the village of one death after another. Seeing two people in the village, their eyes were filled with tears. There was an outcry among family members. On Sunday, family members have handed over both dead bodies. According to villagers, more than 12 people in the village are suffering from fever. Those who are undergoing treatment at private doctors.
              - I myself went to Hariana village. One woman died of fever. He had a fever for a long time. While another woman had heart related disease. - Dr. Ramesh Chand Sharma, CMO
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              • Youth dies of fever
                Meerut BureauMeerut Bureau Updated Tue, 12 Nov 2019 12:09 AM IST

                Youth dies of fever
                Afzalgarh Surendra (35-year-old) son Kirti, a resident of village Hirapur Gokul alias Garhwala, died. His death caused mourning in the family. Anil Kumar, brother-in-law of the youth, said that Surendra used to work in a company based in Roorkee. He came to the village on leave ten days ago. He got fever for three days. He was treated by a private doctor, but the condition did not improve. After this, the doctor advised to be taken out. The family took him to a private hospital in Kashipur. From there he was taken to a private hospital in Moradabad. He was later taken to a hospital in Delhi. Where Surendra died on Monday morning while undergoing treatment. The incident caused chaos in the family of the young man. Surendra is survived by his wife and three children. On the other hand, Rajneesh Kumar, in-charge of Primary Health Center Kasampuragarhhi, has sent a team to the village and asked to investigate fever victims.
                https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...s-mrt453109132

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                • Woman dies of fever in Fina (Bijnor)
                  Meerut BureauMeerut Bureau Updated Tue, 12 Nov 2019 11:30 PM IST

                  Shivala Kalan. One woman died of fever in village Fina. The woman was undergoing treatment at a private hospital in Meerut. According to family members, the deceased was confirmed to have dengue in the investigation.
                  Lavi (20), wife of Satyendra Kumar, a resident of Fina, had a fever a week ago. The family was treating him at the village doctor. Four days before he became critical, he was admitted to a private hospital in Meerut, where he died on Tuesday. Family members say that Lavi was confirmed to have dengue during a blood test in Meerut. Lavi's death caused chaos in his family.
                  According to the villagers, fever has caused havoc in the village. Earlier, a young man has also died due to fever. Hundreds of villagers are suffering from fever including Poonam, Meenu, Pitam, Anmol, Ramesh Singh, Satyaveer Singh. Many patients are undergoing treatment in Moradabad and Meerut. The villagers have demanded regular cleaning and fogging in the village. Ashish Kumar, a doctor posted at the sub-primary health center, says that viral fever is happening due to changing weather. He has advised against mosquitoes, drinking clean water, not eating stale food and using mosquito nets.
                  https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-mrt4532529137

                  More than two dozen people suffer from fever in Loharauli
                  Publish Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 11:19 PM (IST)

                  An 11-year-old survivor of the area's Loharauli Bazaar, who died during treatment late Sunday night, was suffering from dengue. More than two dozen people still suffer from fever in the village.
                  Santkbir Nagar: An 11-year-old child resident of Loharauli Bazaar in the area died during treatment on Sunday night, suffering from dengue. More than two dozen people still suffer from fever in the village.

                  More than two dozen people are suffering from fever like Ayesha, Riya, Sufiyan, Jagdish, Vaishnavi, Muskan, Susheela, Ananya, Ricky, Tanu, Ragini, Sachin, Rakesh, Nilesh, Nikhil, Priyanka, etc. Dirt is also in the village

                  After death from dengue, anti-mosquito drugs were sprayed in the village by the Health Department. A survey was also conducted about the people suffering from fever under the leadership of Primary Health Center Belhar Kala, Medical Officer Incharge. After this, the work of collecting blood sample of the victims was also done.

                  Dr. Rajesh Choudhary of PHC Belhar told that dengue mosquito is called Tiger Maskito. It is brindled like a tiger and bites during the day. These mosquitoes breed only in clean and stagnant water. People should keep changing the water of cooler and pottery etc. equally for rescue. Show in government hospitals if you have fever. On receiving treatment from untrained doctors, heavy doses of painkillers are given in advance. These drugs prevent platelets from growing.
                  https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19750146.html

                  One died of fever, one referred to Aligarh
                  Aligarh BureauAligarh Bureau Updated Tue, 12 Nov 2019 11:51 PM IST

                  Samvad News Agency, Hathras.
                  Outbreak of fever continues in the district. Now e-rickshaw driver resident of Jalesar Road Madhaiya Nala has died due to fever. The youth, resident of Kishangarh in Sasni, was referred from the district hospital in critical condition. His platelets are also steadily decreasing.
                  So far, two dozen people have died in the district due to fever and dengue. Now Pawan (23 years) son Tularam, a resident of Jalesar Road Madhaiya Nala of Kotwali Sadar area, used to run an e-rickshaw. He was suffering from mild fever for the last several days. His condition suddenly worsened on Monday afternoon. He showed himself at a clinic at Jalesar Road. While his platelets were reduced during the investigation, on which the doctor also told him to go to Agra, but due to weak economic condition he did not go to Agra and took medicine from here. His condition deteriorated suddenly and died at night. The body was cremated on Tuesday afternoon. On Tuesday afternoon, Vijendra Putra, resident of Kishangarh village of Sasni, reached Gajraj District Hospital. He underwent an investigation in Sasni, in this first investigation he confirmed typhoid and dengue, Due to which his platelets are continuously decreasing. He was referred from the district hospital to Aligarh.
                  https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-ali2186074131

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                  • Juvenile fever dies in Milak
                    Publish Date: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 10:52 PM (IST)

                    Jagran Correspondent, Milak: The teenager died of fever in Milak. Sahil Hussain's 14-year-old son Sahil Hussain, a resident of Muhalla Nasirabad, was studying in a junior high school in Nagar. He got high fever seven days ago. He was treated in a government hospital, but after the fever did not come down, the family admitted him to Ala Hazrat Hospital in Bareilly. He was referred to Mahajan Hospital. After referring to Narayan Hospital from Mahajan Hospital, he was admitted to Safdar Ganj in Delhi when his condition deteriorated during treatment. There was no benefit there, he was admitted to Delhi's GB Pant Hospital and was being treated. During treatment, the teenager died on Wednesday morning.

                    A blood test of the deceased teenager during treatment in Delhi confirmed Japanese fever. On the death of Japanese fever, panic spread among other fever patients suffering in the city. PHC in-charge Dr. Mohit Rastogi said that he has no information about anyone suffering from Japanese fever. So far no such case has reached the government hospital. Let us tell you that in any hospital in which a person dies due to Japanese fever. The hospital immediately informs the Chief Medical Officer in this regard. So far no information has come from the CMO office from Delhi or any other hospital. Nevertheless, we are cautious and watch the developments.


                    Blood slides of other fever victims in the area will be made and sent for examination. Free medicines will be distributed to fever victims. The body of Mitra Kishore was roused when he reached his house on Wednesday. The body of the student was taken to the cemetery in a hot environment and buried the body.

                    On the other hand, doctors of the Health Department say that innocent people had died due to Japanese fever in cities of Northeast Uttar Pradesh like Gorakhpur etc. Cases of outbreak or death of Japanese fever in western Uttar Pradesh have not been heard in the light. The family of the deceased student is reported to have died of Japanese fever. The Health Department will investigate the matter.
                    https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19754429.html
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                    • Dengue spreads legs in Rasulpur village, one youth dies
                      Agra BureauAgra Bureau Updated Thu, 14 Nov 2019 12:03 AM IST

                      Shikohabad (Ferozabad). Viral and dengue have spread their legs in Rasulpur village of Maktapur. Most of the villagers living in the village are viral and dengue prone. Many people are being treated in private hospitals. Villagers say that Bhola (25) son Bhuri Singh of the village died on Tuesday due to dengue. The villagers have demanded the health department to send the team to the village and get the medicine distributed.
                      There is an outbreak of viral fever in the village Rasulpur, located ten kilometers from the city. Along with the viral, when the villagers got their blood examined, symptoms of dengue were reported in it. As soon as the villagers became aware of dengue, an atmosphere of panic was created in the village. Villagers say that Bhola (22), a youth of the village, died due to dengue on Tuesday. At the same time, many people are vulnerable in the village.
                      About 50 people, including Amar Singh, Anil Babu, Vandana Devi, Ramcharan, are ill. The villagers have demanded the Chief Medical Officer and Health Department officials to send teams to the village to investigate the victims and to get camps distributed in the village. Chief Medical Officer Dr. SK Dixit said that it is going viral. Dengue symptoms are not being found. The team will be dispatched to the village and dispense medicine.
                      https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-agr4151121141

                      Fever outbreak did not stop in amroha
                      Hindustan team, Amroha
                      Last updated: Thu, 14 Nov 2019 11:10 AM IST

                      The fever outbreak in the district is not taking its name. On Wednesday, OPD of hospitals started long lines in the morning amidst a glut of seasonal and infectious diseases. Most of them reached the hospital for treatment of fever.

                      The graph of diseases is increasing with the fluctuations in the weather. Since Thursday morning, long lines of patients were seen at the OPD of the district hospital. Due to seasonal diseases, a large number of patients with cough, cold, cold, allergies reached OPD. Also fever, viral, typhoid, malaria, dengue, breathlessness, asthma, asthma, Heart disease patients, including sugar, also visited for treatment in large numbers. Among the growing graph of infectious diseases, 210 patients were screened for various diseases in the pathology department of the hospital. Doctors are also surprised by the increasing number of patients in the changing season. Among them, the highest number of fever patients. The beds are full from emergency to wards of hospitals. Women and children are more in fever patients. 40 to 50 patients of fever are being treated every day at the CHC of the city including the district hospital. Even after this, the number of patients is not decreasing. So far, the outbreak of fever that has taken the lives of more than three dozen people is becoming uncontrollable. Zoya, Hasanpur, Amroha, Naugawan Sadat, There are more than three dozen fever outbreaks in all the blocks of the district including Gajraula and Dhanaura. Compared to the increasing number of patients, investigations and treatment are proving insufficient. There is a stir among the officers.
                      https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...a-2848327.html

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                      • Woman and teenager died of fever
                        Kanpur BureauKanpur Bureau Updated Thu, 14 Nov 2019 11:36 PM IST

                        Chitrakoot The teenager, including a woman, died of fever due to the disease spreading due to changing weather. Similarly, many patients are admitted to community health center including district hospital for fever and stomachache.
                        On Thursday, relatives of Jhalu alias Chhotu, Usha Devi wife of Dilora Padri village, were admitted to the district hospital for treatment at the district hospital. Where doctors declared death on sight. Family members said that Usha had been suffering from fever for several days. Which was being treated in a private hospital in the city. Today, people have been brought here for treatment in case of worsening condition. Usa has two daughters and a son. Similarly Roshni daughter Jagdish resident Akbarpur also died due to fever. He has two sisters and one brother. Roshni is the smallest. The marriage was to be made on Thursday. Similarly, many patients with fever and abdominal pain were admitted to the District Hospital and Community Health Center.
                        https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...-knp5258232120


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                        • Death of a dengue suspected doctor
                          Moradabad BureauMoradabad Bureau Updated Fri, 15 Nov 2019 11:33 PM IST

                          Maswasi (Rampur). A dentist suffering from fever died in Delhi during treatment. There is chaos in the family after the death.
                          Om Prakash Diwakar, a resident of Sitarampur village in the outpost area, was a dentist. His clinic was in business. Several days ago, doctor Om Prakash Diwakar complained of body pain along with high fever. The family took him to a hospital in Bajpur in critical condition. But there was no improvement in the doctor's condition. After that, the family took him to the hospital in Delhi. Where he was admitted. He died late Thursday evening. The doctor's death caused chaos in his family. The villagers continue to panic due to frequent fever deaths, but the Health Department remains negligent in this matter. Pesticides have also not been sprayed in the village.
                          https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...s-mbd329352025

                          Six-year-old died of fever due to fever
                          Hindustan team, Sambhal
                          Last updated: Fri, 15 Nov 2019 06:59 PM IST

                          In the Mohalla Chakli of Sarayatri in the Hayatnagar area, a fever victim died in a private hospital in Moradabad while undergoing treatment. The death of the innocent caused chaos in the family. On Friday morning, the family handed over the dead body.

                          In Sambhal district, the havoc of fever is not taking its name. Nearly thirty people have died of fever in the district in the last two months, but the Health Department has not made any concrete arrangements to deal with the fever so far. Salim's six-year-old innocent son Adnan, a resident of Sarahalli's Mohalla Chakli, had a fever a week ago. Upon fever, the family started treatment with a private doctor but there was no improvement in the condition of the innocent. When the condition of the innocent did not improve, the relatives admitted the innocent to Moradabad's private hospital two days ago. Innocent died during treatment on Thursday night. On hearing of the death of the innocent, there was chaos in the family. On Friday morning, the body of the innocent was brought home and delivered.
                          https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...r-2850860.html

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                          • Another person died of fever in Salempur Gosai of Amroha, Kohram Amroha news
                            Publish Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2019 02:05 PM (IST)

                            In the district Amroha is not taking the name of stopping the fever outbreak. There is an atmosphere of panic among the people due to the death of a patient on Saturday.
                            Moradabad In Salampur Gosai, a village of Amroha district, fever is not taking its name. In this sequence, another person died in the village. His family caused chaos in the family. As soon as the information about the case was received, the team of Health Department also reached the spot. This created panic. There is outrage among villagers due to death from fever. Villagers say that despite the deaths due to fever, the Health Department is not taking any concrete steps to deal with it. The result of this is that the deaths due to fever have not stopped.

                            So far fifteen have died due to fever

                            Chetram Singh, 50-year-old son of Ramkunwar, a resident of village, was suffering from fever for the last 5 days. His condition deteriorated on Friday evening. The family moved to Meerut after first aid. Where he died during treatment at around 1:30 pm. His family caused chaos in his family. His son is also in the grip of fever. Please tell that till now more than 15 people have died of fever in the village. Medical Superintendent Dr. Yogendra Singh said that the person's death has been reported. The team is being sent to investigate the matter.

                            Posted By: Narendra Kumar
                            https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19762208.html

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                            • Youth dies due to fever (Sambhal)
                              Moradabad BureauMoradabad Bureau Updated Sun, 17 Nov 2019 12:12 AM IST

                              Careful. A young man resident of Mohalla Sarai Sadak died of fever under the town of Sirsi in Tehsil. The young man had a fever a week ago. There was no benefit from getting treatment at many places. He died while undergoing treatment in Meerut. The family is talking about death from dengue.
                              Jaffer (32) son Nasir, a resident of Mohalla Sarai Sadak of Sirsi, died of fever late on Friday night. The young man had a fever a week ago. Family members underwent treatment in private hospitals in Sambhal, Moradabad. but to no avail.
                              Referred to Meerut on condition deteriorating. Where death occurred. Jaffer, the wife of the deceased Jaffer, said that her husband used to work for unloading straw from trains. At the same time, the death of dengue fever has caused panic among other fever victims.
                              https://www.amarujala.com/uttar-prad...s-mbd329483344

                              Three children died of fever in the same locality
                              Publish Date: Sat, 16 Nov 2019 11:04 PM (IST)

                              Patiali, Kasganj, Sansu. Three children, including siblings, died due to fever from Friday evening to Saturday afternoon in Muhalla Chowk, Patiali. People are in panic. SDM and CHC Superintendent also reached the spot. Health department officials are investigating the children on the basis of medical reports.

                              Anil's seven-year-old daughter, who lives in Mohalla Chowk, was ill for a few days. There was also a tightness in the throat. When Swajan showed up on CHC in the past, the doctor referred him to the Kasganj pediatrician. Treatment was underway in Kasganj. Kitta died on Friday evening. The relatives reached home with the dead body. In the morning old people went to Ganga for the last rites. Anil's younger son, two-year-old Nirajesh, also died at 10 am. At that time, Anil was at the ghat only when he got information. Nirjesh had a fever a day earlier. Ramu's two-month-old son Mayank, who lives in another street of the same locality, also died at 1 pm. Manayak was ill for one and a half months. There was a fever. Within 24 hours, panic spread over the death of three children of the locality.

                              SDM Shivkumar also reached the spot and took information from the relatives here. On his instructions, Medical Superintendent Dr. Kuldeep Gangwar also reached the spot with the team. Dr. Gangwar says that viral causes symptoms of tightness in throat, runny nose and fever, investigation report is being seen right now. After that it will be possible to say something. The deaths of three children have been reported. A report has been called from a child's pathology. Mayank, who was two months old, was ill for a month and a half, he had pneumonitis, yet there have been no reports of dengue-like symptoms in these children. Even after this, the doctor has been ordered to set up camp and check in the locality.


                              -Dr. Pratima Srivastava,

                              Chief Medical Officer,


                              Kasganj

                              Physicians who visited nearby homes to check:

                              The health department was also alerted after the death of three children in Mohalla Chowk. The CMO was taking instant information from Lucknow. Later in the afternoon, a team was sent and a health test was conducted in two dozen houses in the locality.

                              There is already a health department alert in the district regarding dengue. In such a situation, on receiving information about the death of three children, a team of doctors was sent to the locality on the instructions of the CMO. Keith and Mayank reached the two dozen houses in the vicinity of the house and tested the health of the people. The CMO says that a team of doctors will be sent to the camp on Sunday. Regarding notifying the department even after a child has been suffering from fever for so many days and going to the CHC, the ANM and Asha will also answer. Three hospitalized fever patients: The fever outbreak in the district is not taking its name. On Saturday also two patients from Bhainsora Khurd have been admitted to the hospital. Baby wife Maharaj Singh (40) and Kavita wife Satish Chandra (25) have been admitted to the district hospital. At the same time, 19-year-old development son Bhagwan Singh, resident of Amampur, is also admitted in the hospital. He is also suffering from fever.
                              https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19763620.html

                              Twelve-year-old girl dies of fever
                              Hindustan Team, Bijnor
                              Last updated: Sat, 16 Nov 2019 10:05 PM IST

                              The havoc of fever is not taking its name. On Friday night, a girl died during treatment due to fever. The deceased was a Class VI student in a private school. A young man died due to fever in Kiratpur; Aanchal, a 12-year-old daughter of Ram Avatar resident of village Fazalpur in Mandawar region, was suffering from fever for a week. The family admitted him here to the private doctor of Bijnor, as the condition did not improve, the family admitted him to another doctor. Where he died during treatment late on Friday. Anchal was a Class VI student in a private school in Dayalwala. Family members caused chaos in death. Even before this, dozens of deaths have occurred in the region due to fever. People tremble in the name of fever. A 20-year-old youth died of fever in Mauhalla Chamran in Kiratpur. The death of the young man caused chaos in the family. Saurabh son Gagan age 20 On Friday, family members showed him to a local doctor. When the condition worsened, he was admitted to Bijnor from where he was taken to Meerut in a critical condition. He died during treatment. Family members cremated her on Saturday. The death of the young man led to mourning in the neighborhood.
                              https://www.livehindustan.com/uttar-...r-2852994.html

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                              • Another death due to fever, team of doctors reached home of dengue victims
                                Publish Date: Sun, 17 Nov 2019 06:05 AM (IST)
                                Referhokar District Hospital from Safipur
                                Jagran Correspondent, Unnao: In the district, the havoc of infectious diseases has not stopped. The number of patients suffering from fever is continuously increasing. A five-year-old girl, who was suffering from fever and referred to the district hospital, died from Safipur. Health department officials lost sleep on Saturday after nine people were exposed to dengue in Gandhi Nagar for several days. Teams of the Department of Malaria and Infectious Disease Control conducted a health test of the family members of dengue victims reaching Gandhinagar and sprayed the medicine.

                                Aastha, a five-year-old daughter of Amit, a resident of village Devgaon in Safipur Kotwali area, was suffering from fever for several days. The father admitted him to Safipur CHC. On Saturday morning, the doctor referred him to the district hospital when the condition worsened. Aastha died shortly after coming to the district hospital. EMO Dr. Ashish Shrivastava said that the family members had informed about fever, he died during primary treatment.

                                Drug spraying in Gandhinagar

                                The health department came into action on Saturday after news of a dengue outbreak in Gandhinagar and about nine dengue-affected patients being admitted to different hospitals. Two teams of Health Department reached Gandhinagar under the leadership of Malaria Officer RC Yadav and Dr. RS Mishra of Infectious Disease Control Department and Dr. Ravi. First of all, the inquiry report made before the death of daughter-in-law of Councilor Asha Yadav was checked. After that, other family members underwent a health test. After this, the team also verified the dengue patients of this locality by reaching home. The malaria official said that anti-larval drug has been sprayed. A sample is being sent to the Kanpur team for the patients who are undergoing treatment in Kanpur.
                                https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19764502.html

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