Floods in Assam: Three people die from post-flood illness in Nagaon

Floods in Assam: Three people die from post-flood illness in Nagaon

Nagaon: The overall flood situation in the Nagaon area has improved slightly, but post-flood illnesses such as vomiting and loose movements have been significant in Nagaon, Kanpur, Raha, and flood-torn areas in other parts of the area. Caused confusion. Three women from the flooded Kanpur area died of post-flood illnesses such as vomiting and loose movements within a week, according to sources in Nagaon’s District Health Services. The women who died of post-flood illness were Fushunara Begum (35) from Patim Kakotigaon, Palbin Sultana (25) from Dabol Beer, and Bulbri Begum (45) from the Kanpur Police Department. Of the three women who died, Hushnara Begum died on June 26 in a temporary housing in Kampur, and Parbin Sultana died on June 24 after being admitted to Nagaon BP Municipal Hospital. The hospital (GMCH) when she was being treated, sources added.

After the deaths of these women, a team of GMCH special health professionals visited the district’s flood-torn areas on Friday and Saturday to discuss health-related issues for people in those areas. Guwahati medical professionals have also collected various disease-related samples from different people living in flood relief camps and elsewhere in the district’s flood-affected areas. Illness and further tests and tests were done.

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