Telangana: Health Officials Issue Alert Amid Dengue Rise In Nizamabad And Kamareddy Districts 

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The rising number of dengue cases in Kamareddy and Nizamabad districts is raising concerns with the authority, trying to combat and take the necessary precaution.

After the 2022 Monsoon and flood like situations in Telangana, the dangerous dengue fever is on a rise.  According to the Telangana Health Department, 40 to 50  dengue cases are being reported every day in the two districts of Kamareddy and Nizamabad.

In addition, recently the panic about dengue increased after a 22 year old Bharat Reddy, from Ryagatlapalli village in Bhikkanur Mandal of Kamareddy district died of dengue.  The BTech student Bharat Reddy’s father, Rajeshwar Reddy, who works in Army, admitted his son to Secunderabad Military Hospital for treatment, however, he could not survive.  In addition,  this monsoon, approximately nine people have died of dengue including four deaths reported in September.

Laxman Singh, the District Medical and Health Officer of Kamareddy confirmed 50 new cased being admitted at government hospitals for treatments every day.  He said, “Out of these, at least eight are rushed to Hyderabad for better treatment and admitted to the intensive care unit [ICU] while the rest are discharged in a day or two and these cases are followed up in clinics.”  Mr. Laxman further said, “There is no vaccine or specific treatment available for dengue fever and the only prevention is to eliminate mosquitoes.  This will also help prevent other mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria, currently prevalent in the flood-affected areas, chikungunya infection and malaria fever.”

In addition, the Telangana Health Department issued precautionary measures for people, asking them to follow measures to avoid the spread of dengue.

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