Viral fever hits Bajura, Far-West Nepal
BAJURA: Over 90 people have been so far treated for viral fever at Rugin of Himali rural municipality-5 in Bajura, Far-West Nepal. Kyudi and Nadapata of Rugin have been affected the most by the seasonal fever. According to District Public Health Office, Bajura chief Ashok Kumar Singh, a medical team from the office has so far provided treatment of viral fever to over 93 people of Rugin.
Cough, common cold, headache and fever are the common symptoms that the affected complained of. Rugin Health Post chief Dhan Bahadur Phadera said one health assistant and one ANM have been deployed in the village until the fever comes under complete control.
Cough and common cold, diarrhoea and viral fever are the major health issues that other parts of the district are facing presently. A ‘buffer store’ is to be place at every local levels in a bid to control the viral fever.
(File Photo: A health worker providing ultrasound service to a woman in Badimalika Municipality-1 of Bajura district, on Monday, March 18, 2019. Photo: Prakash Singh)
Published Date: Saturday, May 4th, 2019 | 12:16 AM