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Malaria appears to be spreading more feet than the dengue in the district. By September, the district malaria department conducted blood tests of 3 lakh 21 thousand 234 patients, and 276 patients were found to have malaria.

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Gondia: Malaria appears to be spreading more feet than dengue in the district. By September, the district malaria department conducted blood tests of 3 lakh 21 thousand 234 patients, and 276 patients were found to have malaria.

In particular, three lakh 43 thousand 814 patients were examined in 2017 and 441 were found to be malaria affected. There is a condition that the name of dengue can shake. However, malaria cases are increasingly available in the district due to dengue.

District Malaria Department conducted blood tests of 3 lakh 43 thousand 814 patients last year in 2017. There were 441 cases of malaria affected. In 2009, three lakh 21 thousand 234 patients were examined in this year and 234 patients were found. In September last year, 70 cases of malaria were detected.

However, only 10 patients have been found this year. Last year only one patient was diagnosed with dengue till September. This year, however, two patients have been found till September. Both of these patients had gone out of the banquet and had returned to the village as they were suffering from dengue.
Earlier, the patient’s blood samples were sent to Indira Gandhi Government Medical College, Nagpur, in connection with dengue. This service has been made available to government medical colleges this year.

Filaria Search Campaign

This year, the Faileria Search campaign was implemented between August 16 and 31. The patients found in this are being re-examined. This time, the quality of the Filaria Discovery campaign has been expanded and the benefits of overall treatment and operation are being made available to the patients. However, the number of scab typhus patients has also decreased through various measures. Do not let the citizens clean their premises with water, District Malaria official Dr. Ved Prakash Chauragade has done it.

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