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Noida raises alert as cases of fatal viral fever spike in western UP

The Noida administration has alerted healthcare workers to start identifying such patients spotted largely in Mathura, Meerut and Aligarh

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The Gautam Buddh Nagar administration today raised an alert about “viral fever” and directed health workers to particularly take note of people running a temperature. This comes amid reports of multiple deaths due to a “viral fever” in parts of western Uttar Pradesh.

The health department has urged people to be cautious against vector-borne diseases like malaria and consult a qualified doctor in case of any problem instead of opting for self-help.

Some districts in western like Mathura, Firozabad, have witnessed a spike in cases of “viral fever” in recent days, with the illness killing around a dozen people, according to reports.

“In view of the season of vector-borne diseases and deaths in Mathura district due to the fever, an alert has been raised in Gautam Buddh Nagar district,” Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Dr Sunil Sharma said.

“All ANMs (auxiliary nurse midwives) and ASHA (accredited social health activist) workers have been asked to go around in their areas regularly and report cases of fever to health department officials concerned at community health centres (CHCs), primary health centres (PHCs) and government hospitals so that such people could be tested for treatment,” Sharma said.

Any person with visible symptoms of malaria would have to undergo tests at government hospitals, including CHCs and PHCs and those positive for it will be given treatment, the CMO said.

“Test and treatment will be available at all government hospitals free of cost,” he said, according to an official statement.

In the of reports of fever, health department’s teams will visit such areas to review the situation in order to ensure early tests and treatment of patients, he said.

The CMO urged people to be cautious against vector-borne diseases and maintain water-related hygiene at homes.

“Since it’s the season for vector-borne diseases, ensure that no water gets collected in houses and nearby areas. The tank of air coolers should be cleaned once a week and completely dried before use,” Sharma said.

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