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Oct 11, 2018
8:59PM

Number of Zika positive cases rises to 32 in Rajasthan

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In Rajasthan, number of Zika positive cases has been reached to 32 as 3 more persons found positive of the virus in Jaipur today.

Along with it many more cases of swine flu, scrub typhus, dengue and other seasonal diseases have been detected in large numbers.Meanwhile, One more central team today reached Jaipur to tackle the situation.
 
50 persons died in last three months due to Swine Flu. Chief secretary D B Gupta took stock of  the situation today and ordered district collectors and health officials to take necessary measures to control seasonal diseases on  top most priority.

He said that Zika virus doesn't creat life threat and it's testing facilities are available in Jaipur, Jhalawar, Bikaner,Jodhpur and Kota. More then 230 teams have been deployed in Zika affected areas of Jaipur for conducting door to door survey and control measures. One more central team has been reached jaipur to tackle the situation.
 

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