Mysterious fever grips Noida's Sarfabad village; 12 dead in quick succession

| Friday, September 23, 2016 - 10:58
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Mysterious fever, Sarfabad village, Noida, Noida Sector 73, Dengue, Malaria, Chikungunya, Delhi, Delhi-NCR

Mysterious fever grips Sarfabad village

New Delhi: With the arrival of monsoon, the capital city of India and its surrounding area has been gripped with various incidents of high fever and vector-borne diseases including Dengue, Malaria and Chikungunya.
As per reports a mysterious fever has claimed more than 10 live in a village named Sarfabad near Noida’s Sector 73 in last 2 weeks. Around 100 people are suffering in the village. 
The officials of the Health department said, a medical camp was set up in Sarfabad following the incident in which a total of 350 patients in the camp and 80 people were found to have mild fever. 
As per residents, the poor sanitation in the locality resulted in such a situation. Direction to spray anti-larval medicines in the affected areas has been ordered.

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