Tag: Dengue

Five-year-old boy dies of suspected dengue
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Five-year-old boy dies of suspected dengue

August 16, 2017

Mysuru: A five-year-old child died of suspected dengue at a private hospital in city this morning. The deceased has been identified as Yeshwanth, resident of Malligepura located on KRS Backwaters. Sources said that Yeshwanth, a UKG student at St. Joseph School in Jayalakshmipuram, was admitted three-days back to the hospital and was tested positive for…

Girl dies of suspected dengue
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Girl dies of suspected dengue

August 13, 2017

Periyapatna: In yet another dengue death reported from across the district in recent days, a 7-year-old girl form a Periyapatna village died of suspected dengue on Saturday. The deceased girl has been identified as Krupa, daughter of Mamatha and Lohith couple of Doddahonnur village in the taluk. Krupa was a 2nd standard student of a…

Beware of this dengue mosquito !
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Beware of this dengue mosquito !

August 4, 2017

City artist Badal Nanjundaswamy, who is known to draw the attention of people and civic authorities through his street art, is at it again. This time, he has created a giant dengue mosquito to draw the attention of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) authorities. His latest art has been created at Yadavagiri (Ward No. 34) on…

Only two dengue deaths reported in district
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Only two dengue deaths reported in district

August 2, 2017

Mysuru: Participating in the Zilla Panchayat meeting yesterday, ZP member Venkataswamy sought the remedial measures taken to tackle dengue and chikungunya in rural areas. In his reply, ZP CEO P. Shivashankar said that 450 cases of suspected dengue were reported in the district and out of 19 deaths, only two were confirmed as dengue by…

Dengue and brain fever: Two from Nanjangud admitted to NIMHANS
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Dengue and brain fever: Two from Nanjangud admitted to NIMHANS

August 1, 2017

Nanjangud: Two persons from Nanjangud taluk, who had developed dengue and brain fever, have been admitted to NIMHANS in Bengaluru. Those admitted are 19-year-old Shilpa of Hadya village and 23-year-old Andani of Sinduvalli in the taluk. The condition of both are critical, according to the doctors. Shilpa and Andani, who had developed fever, was brought…

Awareness rally on ‘Dengue prevention’
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Awareness rally on ‘Dengue prevention’

July 31, 2017

District Vector-Borne Diseases Control Officer Dr. Chidambara, District Health Officer (DHO) Dr. Basavaraju, former Mayor T.B. Chikkanna and Corporator Jagadeesh are seen flagging off an awareness rally on ‘Dengue prevention’ from the Urban Primary Health Centre (UPHC) premises in Thonachikoppal here this morning. The medical, para-medical and other staff of the UPHC, carrying placards with…

A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai
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A Common Man’s Doctor: Bellipadi Satish Rai

July 27, 2017

Offers FREE treatment for patients with Dengue, Chikungunya The fear of widespread vector-borne diseases is spreading panic among the people. The hospitals, both government and private, are full with patients. Even though the scene is the same outside a private clinic in Siddarthanagar, the patients flocking the clinic are going back with great relief. Sri…

450 dengue cases detected in district over last seven months
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450 dengue cases detected in district over last seven months

July 27, 2017

Mysuru: “For the last seven months, 450 cases of dengue have been detected in the district,” said Deputy Commissioner  D. Randeep. He was speaking at a meeting held at Giridarshini Guest House on Hunsur Road here yesterday to discuss on dengue cases in the city and district. Randeep said that from January till date, 2,477…

Woman dies of suspected dengue
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Woman dies of suspected dengue

July 24, 2017

Nanjangud: A woman from Nanjangud, who was admitted to a private hospital in Mysuru for suspected Dengue fever, passed away at the Hospital yesterday. The deceased woman has been identified as Nafisa Fathima (44), wife of Shafiq Ahmed and a resident of Housing Board Colony in Nanjangud. Shafiq owned an ‘Engineering Works’ shop on Nanjangud-Ooty…

Quantum leap of Dengue cases in June triggers panic among public
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Quantum leap of Dengue cases in June triggers panic among public

July 14, 2017

Mysuru: The spread of vector-borne diseases in and around city has created panic among the public with an apprehension that if the spread of virus was not contained, it could lead to a catastrophe and an irreversible situation. At the District Surveillance Laboratory, out of 1,917 blood samples of suspected dengue patients, 321 were confirmed…

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