Malaria incidence in the village of Thanchi: 9 people death in diarrhea
Ashim Roy, Bandarban correspondent:
It is also infected with various diseases including general fever, cough, chest pain, abdominal pain.
From the beginning of the monsoon season of 4 unions of the upazila, two at home are suffering from malaria with fever. Many people are buying and consuming fever shops in the hats bazaar of the remote areas due to the inaccessibility of the upazila headquarters due to the inaccessibility in the hilly areas.
Health Complex and NGO agency BRAC has been infected with the malaria test device device, insufficient, malaria medicine for the past two weeks.
According to health complex sources, malaria has been prevalent during the current monsoon season in remote villages. Diarrhea is happening with him. In the villages, 10/12 people are suffering from malaria and fever. In the last 5 days, 17 local health complexes, including children, were admitted, the health department said. Many people from the inaccessible region are not coming to the hospital to seek treatment.
Midwife Nilufa Yazmin of Health Complex on June 15, said 17 malaria patients were admitted from June 5 to June 9. Of these, 7 were healed and went to the house, almost among the victims, almost children and teenagers.
He said that mosquito infestation is more prevalent during the monsoon season. Water is deposited in the courtyard of the house, mosquito infestation occurs when the dirt is accumulated.
I always recommend using mosquitoes.
Pradeep Tripura, a resident of Shubhas Chandra Para, said in the ward no 1 of the Malaria union under the treatment of Upazila Health Complex at Sarejmin, said that our area was suffering from fever in our area. There is no fever testing machine, no health workers, Agato NGO workers are no longer, many are healed by taking fever medicine from the local hats market. I also ate a lot of medicine but I came to Thanchi Health Complex yesterday with my son not good. Doctors nurses examine the malaria fever.