Unidentified diseases in Southeast Nepal have killed 3 people and infected more than 400 people.


Unidentified diseases in Southeast Nepal have killed 3 people and infected more than 400 people.

Originally titled: The unknown disease in southeastern Nepal has killed more than three people and infected more than 400 people, China News Agency, Kathmandu, September 10, Nepal, Nepal, media reported that in the past 15 days, the unknown disease in Saptari County, Kanchanrup, has claimed the lives of three boys. More than 400 people were infected.

The Kathmandu Post quoted Prasad, the head of the local health department, as saying the three boys died in a nearby hospital in Pillardneger with fever symptoms.

Prasad further pointed out that the number of patients with high fever, muscle spasm, cough, joint pain and headache and other symptoms was on the rise, with more than 400 people infected in Lab, Kangchang alone.

Experts from the Nepalese Department of Epidemiology and Disease Control and the BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences have begun to study the disease.

An expert from Nepal's Department of Epidemiology and Disease Control said they began taking care of the patients on the 9th. "Through laboratory analysis of the samples, we initially assumed that these patients were suffering from jungle typhus or some kind of influenza, but the final results still need further analysis." He said.

Analysts pointed out that the southern and southeastern Plains of Nepal are currently in a humid and hot climate, which has a certain impact on disease prevention and control. (finish)


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