Report Wire - Chhattisgarh: Two lifeless, 70 hospitalised as a result of diarrhoea in Bhilai in Durg district
December 3, 2022

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Chhattisgarh: Two lifeless, 70 hospitalised as a result of diarrhoea in Bhilai in Durg district

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DURG: Two individuals have died and 70 are hospitalized as a result of diarrhoea after consuming contaminated water in Bhilai in Chhattisgarh’s Durg district, a well being official stated on Thursday.

As many as 91 individuals had been admitted due the ailment during the last two days, of which two, recognized as M Madhvi (12) and Kush Daharia (31), died on Wednesday, Durg Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr JP Meshram stated.

“Those afflicted have been admitted in Urban Primary Health Centre in Baikunth Dham, Civil Hospital, BM Shah Hospital and SS Hospital in Bhilai, Ambe Hospital in Power House area,” he added.

As many as 91 individuals had been admitted, of which 21 have been discharged, Meshram stated, including the variety of instances had been on the rise.

Officials stated the vector-borne illness was reported on Wednesday from Vrindavan Nagar, JP Nagar, Santosh Para and different localities in Camp Area.

Durg Collector Pushpendra Kumar Meena and civic officers visited these hospitals, they stated, including a medical fight crew has been fashioned to sort out the state of affairs.

“A nine-member team has been constituted to find out the reason behind the supply of contaminated drinking water. It will check pipelines, including those laid alongside drains. It will submit its report in 10 days,” Bhilai Mayor Neeraj Pal stated.

The civic authority has made preparations to produce consuming water via tankers, Pal added.

DURG: Two individuals have died and 70 are hospitalized as a result of diarrhoea after consuming contaminated water in Bhilai in Chhattisgarh’s Durg district, a well being official stated on Thursday.

As many as 91 individuals had been admitted due the ailment during the last two days, of which two, recognized as M Madhvi (12) and Kush Daharia (31), died on Wednesday, Durg Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr JP Meshram stated.

“Those afflicted have been admitted in Urban Primary Health Centre in Baikunth Dham, Civil Hospital, BM Shah Hospital and SS Hospital in Bhilai, Ambe Hospital in Power House area,” he added.

As many as 91 individuals had been admitted, of which 21 have been discharged, Meshram stated, including the variety of instances had been on the rise.

Officials stated the vector-borne illness was reported on Wednesday from Vrindavan Nagar, JP Nagar, Santosh Para and different localities in Camp Area.

Durg Collector Pushpendra Kumar Meena and civic officers visited these hospitals, they stated, including a medical fight crew has been fashioned to sort out the state of affairs.

“A nine-member team has been constituted to find out the reason behind the supply of contaminated drinking water. It will check pipelines, including those laid alongside drains. It will submit its report in 10 days,” Bhilai Mayor Neeraj Pal stated.

The civic authority has made preparations to produce consuming water via tankers, Pal added.