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CM Yogi visits Firozabad over child deaths, announces series of steps to tackle ‘mysterious fever’

Meanwhile, the Chief Medical Officer of Firozabad has been transferred and a battery of 11 doctors including some experts has been deployed in the district. The children who fell ill will be looked after by the team of expert doctors drawn from various places.

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New Delhi: UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has directed all the concerned departments to take due care of medical facilities and cleanliness in view of few dengue and viral fever deaths of children in Firozabad district in the last couple of days.

Displaying the sensitive side of the administration, CM himself was the first to visit Firozabad to overview the arrangements and directed the Medical Education and Medical health departments to take care of the situation arising out of the seasonal vagaries. He also asked the urban and rural local bodies to employ proper spraying and cleanliness logistics to ward off any further threat to dengue, malaria and other water-borne and seasonal diseases.

CMO of Firozabad removed

Meanwhile, the Chief Medical Officer of Firozabad has been transferred and a battery of 11 doctors including some experts has been deployed in the district. The children who fell ill will be looked after by the team of expert doctors drawn from various places.

ICMR experts team rules out Covid in the region

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The expert team of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has also been pressed into service to test the samples and ruled out Covid in the process. The health department has been asked to arrange for adequate para medical staff and conduct the camps round the clock to keep a close eye on the situation.

Round-the-clock medical camps set up to take care of patients

The CM has also directed the senior officers to overview the treatment and preventive measures as well as to ensure that cleanliness drive should be taken up in right earnest. The state-aide surveillance drive will be taken up from September 7 to 16 next during which the health workers will go door-to-door to find out if there are some persons with viral, dengue, malaria or other ailments. The hospitals will also treat the patients free of cost as per government instructions.

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