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Friday, September 17, 2021

High fever wreaks havoc in 5 states of the country, 100 deaths so far, a highest outbreak in Madhya Pradesh

After the coronavirus, the outbreak of high fever is being seen in many states of the country. In the last month, nearly 100 people have died due to high fever in five states of North and East India. Madhya Pradesh has reported 3,000 cases of fever and 6 suspected deaths due to this, after which it has become another new state to suffer the havoc of fever.
The first case of such a mysterious fever was reported in Uttar Pradesh's Firozabad district in the second week of August. But the government had said that it was a case of dengue. Dengue was cited as the cause of fever deaths on 6 September.

Fever is wreaking havoc in many states of the country these days, but only some of these states have said that the reason for this is not clear. Madhya Pradesh and Haryana say that the reason behind high fever is not yet clear, besides Bihar has cited pneumonia and Bengal influenza as the reason behind it.

Madhya Pradesh

MP has reported 3,000 cases in the last 45 days with six suspected deaths. Of this, 1,400 cases were reported in the last two weeks. The worst-affected district in Mandsaur, which reported 886 cases, followed by Jabalpur with 436 cases.

Uttar Pradesh

Additional Director (Health) Dr. AK Singh said that 61 people, including 50 children and 11 adults, have died of dengue in Firozabad. Firozabad Medical College Principal Dr. Sangeeta Aneja said that at present 490 children are admitted due to dengue fever.

In Mathura, 11 people have died of high fever since August last week, while 25 others have been admitted to Mathura District Hospital.

West Bengal

According to the state health department, around 1200 children have been affected by fever and respiratory illness in the last five days, while at least two have died in North Bengal.

Health officials, however, said it was lower than in previous years. In 2017 (July to September), more than 2,270 cases were reported. In 2018 and 2019, at least 2,040 and 2,080 cases were reported during the same period, the official said.

A state in Eastern India

As many as 14 children are suspected to have died of respiratory pneumonia in two hospitals in Patna so far this month as doctors said cases of the respiratory illness with high-grade fever among children have increased, prompting children to rush to major hospitals in Patna. The medical wards are almost full.

NMCH Medical Superintendent Dr. Binod Kumar Singh said out of 1,385 patients who came to the Pediatric Outpatient Department (OPD) at NMCH this month, 216 have been diagnosed with pneumonia, of whom 21 were admitted for hospital treatment. has gone. "This is more than the number of viral infection cases recorded around this time of the year," he said.