24th September 2021

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Viral fever became fatal in Bihar! Three children died in NMCH, these districts are the most affected

Up to now about 40 youngsters have died in numerous districts of Bihar. Essentially the most affected districts are Gopalganj, Patna, Vaishali, Siwan, West Champaran, East Champaran, Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Sheohar and so forth.

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Three infants died at Nalanda Medical Faculty and Hospital (NMCH) in Bihar within the final 24 hours. Viral fever is turning into deadly in Bihar. Based on an official, eight youngsters had been admitted to the kids’s ward on Tuesday.

A baby from Beur space right here was admitted on 12 September. He died on Tuesday. A two-and-a-half-month-old toddler from Sarai in Vaishali district, admitted to NMCH on September 13, additionally died on Tuesday. One other three-month-old toddler from Khagaria district, admitted on September 10, died on Tuesday.

A Bihar well being division official mentioned that 830 youngsters affected by viral fever went to OPDs of varied personal and authorities hospitals throughout the state until Tuesday night and 113 of them had been admitted to youngsters’s wards.

On Monday, 528 youngsters went to the OPDs of varied hospitals, out of which 100 had been admitted. NMCH superintendent Vinod Kumar Singh mentioned that we now have 84 beds within the youngsters’s ward and 59 of them are booked.

Additionally, all NICU and PICU beds are already full. For the reason that begin of this season in Bihar, six youngsters have died in our hospital.

Up to now about 40 youngsters have died in numerous districts of Bihar. Essentially the most affected districts are Gopalganj, Patna, Vaishali, Siwan, West Champaran, East Champaran, Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Sheohar and so forth.


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