Hyderabad, Sept 12 (Hydnow): Fevers are throbbing in the state. Due to climate change, the severity of fevers is increasing day by day. Hospitals are overwhelmed with victims. Along with dengue, malaria, typhoid, and diarrhea cases are coming in huge numbers.
As compared to the cases reported in August, the number has increased till September 10. Government medical courses are predicting that the number of fever cases may increase in the coming days. The number of victims is increasing significantly in rural areas, mainly in agency areas.
According to sources in the Medical and Health Department, the cases reported in the last month in some mandals of Adilabad, Kothagudem, and Khammam districts were reported within ten days of this month. It is estimated that 15 to 20 people in every hundred people suffer from viral fever, Respiratory problems are also increasing.
while 1 54 people are being treated for fever in Warangal MGM Hospital. 17 of them are dengue victims. As many as 950 cases of OP are being registered in Kamareddy Government Hospital daily, 350 to 400 of them are coming with fever. Asifabad district has recorded 4,621 cases this month. Malaria has the highest number of cases followed by typhoid. Fever OP has increased significantly to Fever Hospital, Osmania, and Gandhi Hospitals in Hyderabad city.
Fever cases have been increasing for the past few days. Mainly Dengue, Typhoid, and Gunya cases are increasing. symptoms of swine flu are also present. RSV virus is increasing in children. There is no need to panic, but precautions are a must. Mainly wear a mask. If the fever does not subside after two or three days, consult a doctor. (Hydnow)
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