Gopalganj Dengue has knocked in Gopalganj city of Bihar. On Wednesday, a girl student died of dengue, while five people were found ill. The student was Sakshi Shreya, 11-year-old daughter of farmer advisor Dharmendra Prasad, resident of Kamla Rai College Road in Ward 26 of the city. She studied in class six only. His brother Aditya was also suffering from dengue, but after getting treatment in Gorakhpur, he has defeated dengue.
The relatives told that after getting tested at Sadar Hospital, symptoms of dengue were found. He was referred due to lack of treatment. Was admitted for treatment in Gorakhpur, where the student died during treatment at four in the morning. After the death of dengue, the people of the locality are in panic. According to the relatives, dengue larvae have spread in the surrounding, but there is no one to listen.
The concern of the residents of the city has increased after the arrival of new dengue patients in Sareya, Rajendra Nagar and Kali Sthan Road of the city. Due to non-availability of treatment in Sadar Hospital, patients suffering from dengue are being treated in Gorakhpur and Patna. The Health Department claims that a five-bed dengue ward has been made in Sadar Hospital. Although there is no arrangement other than beds here.
No arrangements were made to avoid dengue
The city council is not worried about the residents of the city regarding dengue. Last year, dengue larvae were found in large numbers due to water logging in many localities of the city. Due to this many patients were also found in the locality. The District Vector Borne Disease Control Officer had marked the places for fogging, but this time no arrangements have been made to avoid dengue. Therefore, after getting infected, the process of death has started.
Team will be sent to investigate today: DMO
District Vector Borne Disease Control Officer Dr. Harendra Prasad Singh said that the death of the girl child due to dengue has been reported. On Thursday, a medical team will be sent and the investigation will be done. Arrangements will be made to destroy dengue larvae immediately. Full arrangements will be made for investigation and treatment for sick people. By the way, all the hospitals have been alerted about dengue.