By the time the family reached the pond, all the three girls had died due to drowning. They took out the bodies of the three girls from the pond.
Three girls of the same family died after drowning in a pond while playing in Khuntpani block of West Singhbhum district on Wednesday. Giving information about the incident, the police said that the age of the victim girls was between four and six years.
Police said that the family members were repairing their house before the rains, when the girls got down in the pond located nearby while playing. Another little girl was watching all this scene and when the three girls did not come out of the pond, the little girl ran home and informed the family members.
By the time the family reached the pond, all the three girls had died due to drowning. They took out the bodies of the three girls from the pond. The three girls were taken to the sub-divisional hospital Chakradharpur, where doctors declared them brought dead.
33 children corona infected
In the second wave of corona epidemic, 33 children have been found infected with corona virus in Jharkhand. After this, the state government has become cautious about the third wave of the epidemic and the children. Steps are also being taken in the state to look after those children whose parents have lost their lives due to this epidemic.
Siddharth Tripathi, Special Executive Officer of the Health Department in Jharkhand said that in an intensive public health survey and rapid testing being conducted from May 25, a total of 1,64,46,947 people were surveyed till May 31. Has gone.
25 children between the ages of 6 and 18
He told that 33 children have been found infected with corona during this period. The condition of none of these children is serious. These children are recovering in home isolation. According to Tripathi, out of these 33 corona children, 25 children are between six years and 18 years of age, while seven children are below one year of age and one child is below six years of age.
He told that the health of these children is being monitored and studies are being done so that more information can be found about the impact of the epidemic in children. According to experts, if the third wave of corona comes, then it is likely to have the most impact on children.
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