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According to the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), viral infections like Covid-19 and Dengue often share several similarities in terms of symptoms and other factors.
Amid back-to-back low pressure induced heavy rainfall, mosquito-borne viral infection dengue is on the rise in the state. At least 500 cases of dengue have been reported in the capital Bhubaneswar in last couple of days.
At least 500 cases of dengue have been reported in the capital city in the last few days.
Karachi reported another death from dengue virus in the last 24 hours, with over 2,000 people affected in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa after excessive rains left breeding sites for mosquitoes.
Lack of Dengue testing system and absence of a dedicated isolation ward at Mohana Hospital has worsened the situation for patients.
With five Dengue patients being admitted to the Capital Hospital on Friday, the total number of patients undergoing treatment has gone up to 34.
The district has come under the red zone with dengue cases pouring in from Lakhmipur, Jeypore, Dasmantpur and Kotpad in particular.
Zika virus cases have been reported from four states -- Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, Kerala and Delhi -- in 2021. Among these, Uttar Pradesh has reported maximum cases
Firozabad District Magistrate, Chandra Vijay Singh denied that this was the third wave of the pandemic. "Due to heavy rains and water logging, dengue and malaria is the cause behind high fever among children," he said.
Although very small in size, mosquitoes are perhaps the only predator that has thrived through the millennia, causing death through vector-borne diseases. In fact, it is counted among the world's deadliest, killing more than seven lakh people each year.
The Dengue is back in headlines once again after few days of lull. But this time, the fear of the mosquito-borne viral disease has become a cause of concern for residents in far-off places and rural pockets like Malkangiri where the public still struggles to access proper healthcare.
Dengue situation in Odisha is under control, said the Director of Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar on Thursday
The Health Department has directed all the government-run hospitals to open dedicated dengue wards to deal with the situation
Cuttack: A dengue positive patient from West Bengal, who was undergoing treatment at the SCB Medical College and Hospital, died here on Saturday. The deceased identified as Manju Rout of East Midnapore in the neighbouring State. According to reports, Rout was put on ventilator inside the Central Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of SCB for past […]