Kovid, dengue and swine flu surrounded the city: Incomplete arrangements of health department, fogging not yet started, 270 larvae of dengue found

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The city of Ludhiana in Punjab has been engulfed by Kovid, Dengue and Swine Flu. The number of patients of Kovid infection is also increasing continuously. In Ludhiana, 2 Kovid patients have died in a day. The death of 2 patients in one day is the return of corona infection.

Till now, there are 144 active cases of Kovid running in Ludhiana. At the same time, since February, two people have died from Kovid. The deceased are residents of Ludhiana. One of the deceased is a resident of Kalsan and the other woman is a resident of Sherpur Kalan. So far, a total of 2288 patients have died of Kovid.

Out of 23 new patients found infected on Thursday, 18 patients are related to Ludhiana and 5 other districts. So far, 107762 out of 110207 patients of Ludhiana have become healthy. Out of 144 active cases, 141 are in home isolation and 3 are admitted in private hospitals.

At the same time, the health department has not made any concrete arrangements for the safety of the people. People are also being careless. In the civil hospital itself, people are seen roaming the wards without masks, while this time in June itself, Kovid patients have started coming in large numbers.

At the same time, the monsoon has started, but till now the health department officials have not even started to make people aware about dengue and fogging etc. Corporation officials have been talking about spraying in the streets since May, but till now all the paperwork remains.

It is being told that so far more than 250 dengue larvae have been received by the Health Department from the homes of the people in the city. Recently, the health department has confirmed 3 dengue patients. With this, so far 3 patients of swine flu have been found. 1 patient has also died. There itself

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