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Patients with diarrhea were admitted to the district hospital. conversation
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Hamirpur. 20 patients who became ill after drinking contaminated water were also admitted to the district hospital for the second day. On Wednesday, after the number of patients reached one hundred, the Jal Sansthan examined the contaminated water that is being supplied in the village of Ramedi Taros. But they could not find a contaminated drinking water supply anywhere.
In the town’s Ramedi village, people were vomited on Monday for drinking contaminated water. By Tuesday evening, 80 people had been admitted to the district hospital. 20 patients were admitted on Wednesday, including Motilal, Suman, Nirmala, Vandana, Neha. Dr. RS Prajapati, who treats the patients, said that all people got sick from contaminated food. More than 50 people were discharged after treatment. At the same time, together with Ramedi, 20 more people from the old Yamuna Ghat and Betwa Ghat localities were recruited.
Executive Engineer BK Tiwari said Junior Engineer Vishlendranath went to many homes on Wednesday to check the water and take samples. This sample is tested. On the other hand, consumers said that the Jal Sansthan does not put any medication in the drinking water it supplies. While the medicine should be used this season.
Medication set for failure victims
Kurara. Three dozen patients with diarrhea that spread in Bhatpura (Jalala) were treated in CHC. When visiting the village, the health team distributed medicine kits. Diarrhea has broken out in Bhatpura for three days. Sakshi (6), Ramvati (38), Satyavati (25), Ravindra (28), Veer Singh (20) Shivkali (56) Ashish (4) Veeru (32) Kamini (10) Divyanshi (4) Akanksha (5) Anamika (7) Saroj (30) is being treated. Dr. Manish Kumar said that because of the dirt in the village, disease is spreading. Medication packages are distributed. No new patients have been found now. On the other hand, CMO Dr. Ashok Kumar Rawat carried out a surprise inspection of the CHC. Information from CHC Superintendent Dr. PK Singh. (Conversation)

Hamirpur. 20 patients who became ill after drinking contaminated water were also admitted to the district hospital for the second day. On Wednesday, after the number of patients reached one hundred, the Jal Sansthan examined the contaminated water that is being supplied in the village of Ramedi Taros. But they could not find a contaminated drinking water supply anywhere.

In the town’s Ramedi village, people were vomited on Monday for drinking contaminated water. By Tuesday evening, 80 people had been admitted to the district hospital. 20 patients were admitted on Wednesday, including Motilal, Suman, Nirmala, Vandana, Neha. Dr. RS Prajapati, who treats the patients, said that all people got sick from contaminated food. More than 50 people were discharged after treatment. At the same time, together with Ramedi, 20 more people from the old Yamuna Ghat and Betwa Ghat localities were recruited.

Executive Engineer BK Tiwari said Junior Engineer Vishlendranath went to many homes on Wednesday to check the water and take samples. This sample is tested. On the other hand, consumers said that the Jal Sansthan does not put any medication in the drinking water it supplies. While the medicine should be used this season.

Medication set for failure victims

Kurara. Three dozen patients with diarrhea that spread in Bhatpura (Jalala) were treated in CHC. When visiting the village, the health team distributed medicine kits. Diarrhea has broken out in Bhatpura for three days. Sakshi (6), Ramvati (38), Satyavati (25), Ravindra (28), Veer Singh (20) Shivkali (56) Ashish (4) Veeru (32) Kamini (10) Divyanshi (4) Akanksha (5) Anamika (7) Saroj (30) is being treated. Dr. Manish Kumar said that because of the dirt in the village, disease is spreading. Medication packages are distributed. No new patients have been found now. On the other hand, CMO Dr. Ashok Kumar Rawat carried out a surprise inspection of the CHC. Information from CHC Superintendent Dr. PK Singh. (Conversation)

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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