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    Lucknow. Viral fever and dengue are wreaking havoc in western Uttar Pradesh amid fears of a possible third wave of Corona (Covid-1 Third Wave). On Tuesday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath directed the Team-9 meeting that the situation in Agra and Firozabad should be monitored round the clock from the official level. CM Yogi said that children as well as adults in Firozabad have fallen ill. Everyone is being treated better. It would be appropriate to transfer all patients to medical college. The number of beds in the medical college should be increased as required. We need to improve surveillance.

    The Chief Minister directed that a team of experts should camp at Firozabad. Resident doctors, paramedical staff should be deployed immediately as required. Ensure supply of medicines and other necessities.

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    Apart from this, regarding the opening of schools, CM Yogi said that from tomorrow i.e. from 1st September, schools from 1st to 5th class are opening. The Kovid protocol should be taken care of in schools. Cleaning, sanitation work has to be done every day. In addition to education, full attention should be paid to the safety of children.

    Many districts in western UP have died of viral fever and dengue so far

    Let us inform you that patients are constantly appearing in Meerut, Firozabad, Agra, Mainpuri, Mathura, Itah and Kasganj. The worst affected district is Firozabad, where 12 more children have died in the last two hours. In the last one week, people, including children, have died of high viral fever in some parts of western Uttar Pradesh.

    Meanwhile, CM Yogi also visited Firozabad on Monday, where he discussed measures to prevent the spread of the disease with health officials. It has also been directed to send a panel of doctors to Firozabad. In Firozabad, medical teams are deployed from village to village for testing and distribution of medicines.

    Firozabad Chief Medical Officer Dr Neeta Kulshreshtha said 12 children had died of viral fever in the last two hours. The exact causes of these viral and dead people are being studied. Not everyone who is admitted is positive. The severity of this fever is alarming. It takes 10-12 days for the virus to end. Also, 50 percent of patients have dengue-like symptoms. Not only that, patients are getting high fever up to 102 degrees and platelets are also declining.

    Input: Anamika Singh


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