BOOMING TOXIC FEVERS

 

Krishna,May 31,(globelmedianews.com):
In the Nandigama region of Krishna district, the toxic bodies are booming. Information about the deaths in major Dalit infiltrators. As the number of victims rises day after day, local panic attacks are coming. The colonizers say that the epidemics of the mosquito breeding as the surroundings are not hygienic and drainage in the drainage. The poorest fever in the village is being blamed for a week-long medical treatment for better treatment. On the other hand, the majority of patients suffer from severe symptoms, such as pulling the legs and eyesight. There are criticisms that patients in the village are suffering from toxins in the village and do not provide better treatment for patients with the coordination of medical staff. The locals say that they do not provide timely medical care for patients suffering from gravity between the primary health center supervisor and another supervisor. Expressing concern over the lack of coordination between the medical staff of the health department, the expenditure of infectious diseases in the village has not been checked.


BOOMING TOXIC FEVERS

Although malfunctioning of the sanitation activities in the village for three days, the fever is not detrimental. At every sewage, the panchayat staff are burning lime and bleaching at the worst dumps. Mosaic larvae are fungal in the dormancy rather than production. Two times a day, sanitation and fagging do not control the toxins. There is no panchayat secretary in the village. This does not take any sanitation action in the village for some days. On the other hand, the locals have complained that the health department is not providing proper medication to patients despite the increase in fever per day. There is no good quality medication, despite the name of the village in the name of the health center. The Sillon Battles are also outrageous and the victims are completely angry that they are suffering from a complete disaster. As medical services are overwhelming, patients are treated in Vijayawada, Madura, Nandigama and other public and private hospitals. Employees of the medical and sanitation departments still want to take action to solve the problems. Warning that more maladies can be detected if they are not controlled.

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