Another epidemic broke out in India, spreads fear and panic

Srinagar: More than 100 people in two villages of North Kashmir have suddenly contracted an unknown disease immediately after Eid. Doctors say the cause of the infection has not yet been determined, but it is possible that the infection was caused by water.

More than 100 people have fallen ill due to an unknown infection in Hajan Sonawari area of ​​Bandipora district of North Kashmir. All the victims are currently suffering from fever and other gastrointestinal diseases.

According to Indian media, in case of increase in the number of patients, they have been admitted to a primary health center. Due to lack of space in the health center, some patients have also been shifted to a local madrassa.

Dr. Muzaffar, who was posted as a medical officer at a government health center in Madonna area, said that the health team rushed to the spot immediately after receiving the information. During this time, more than 120 patients were treated. There is an infection while other people have mild symptoms.

He added that he feared that the root cause of the disease could be a sewage spill in the area.
Water has been sampled in the area and sent for testing to find out if the disease has been spread by water.

On the other hand, doctors believe that the cause of the infection has not yet been determined, but it is possible that the infection is related to water.In this regard, when the journalists contacted the Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Bashir Ahmed, he flatly refused to give any answer in this regard.

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