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In Palwal, Haryana, six children died due to fever and other diseases, one lost their lives due to lack of milk.

हरियाणा के पलवल में छह बच्चों की बुखार और अन्य बीमारियों से मौत, एक ने दूध न मिलने के कारण गंवाई जान

The Chief Medical Officer said, “We surveyed all the 300 houses in the village. We did 400 tests for malaria, 12 ELISA tests for dengue and 400 tests for COVID-19. The infection was not confirmed in anyone.

Six children died in Haryana’s Palwal.

Haryana (HaryanaIn Chilli village of Palwal district, six children died due to fever and other diseases during the last fortnight. Giving this information, the officials said that no child has died due to dengue or COVID-19. An official said that apart from these, one child “died at home due to non-availability of milk and this death has nothing to do with the disease”. Has died, his age is less than 10 years. The officer had inspected the village on Wednesday.

He told that the children died in the hospital and “no patient was found infected with the corona virus.” He told PTI-language over the phone that dengue was not confirmed in anyone. Officials of Nuh’s Nalhar Medical College said that one of the six children was suffering from anemia and heart-related ailments. Other children among the dead had symptoms of fever, diarrhea and stiffness in the body with fever with pneumonia. At the same time, some local people also complained about the alleged lack of cleanliness in the village.

survey of 300 houses

The Chief Medical Officer said, “We surveyed all the 300 houses in the village. We did 400 tests for malaria, 12 ELISA tests for dengue and 400 tests for COVID-19. The infection was not confirmed in anyone.

At the same time, he said about fever, “We are doing door-to-door survey. The survey started on Sunday and there were 64 cases of fever on that day. There are only 12 cases of fever in the total population today.

no death due to lack of care

He told that the situation is ‘under control’. The doctor told that no one died in the last two days. He said that no death has happened due to lack of care and all facilities are available here. The health department has set up a temporary hospital in the village with oxygen and medicines and an ambulance has also been kept here, the official said.

He said that earlier in the village people had also protested against the COVID-19 vaccination. The official said that he is hopeful that 100 per cent vaccination will be done here this week.

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