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Chitrakoot temperature reaches 45 degrees | Heat wave continues in Chitrakoot, temperature reaches 45 degrees: number of patients with stomach pain and fever increased, one died; 8 admitted to hospital – Chitrakoot News

Chitrakoot temperature reaches 45 degrees | Heat wave continues in Chitrakoot, temperature reaches 45 degrees: number of patients with stomach pain and fever increased, one died; 8 admitted to hospital – Chitrakoot News


Patient admitted in hospital in Chitrakoot.

The heat continues to wreak havoc in Chitrakoot. It is becoming difficult for people to leave their homes due to the scorching sun. The maximum temperature of the district was 45 degrees on Monday. Patients with stomach pain and fever are coming to the hospital due to the heat. Due to the scorching heat, the sale of beverages in the markets has come down.

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Dr. Manoj Sharma, meteorologist of Tulsi Krishi Vigyan Kendra, said that on Monday the maximum temperature was 45 degrees and the minimum temperature was 31 degrees. Due to the heat, the number of patients suffering from fever, stomach ache and diarrhea is increasing in the district hospital. On Sunday, a woman died due to fever. While eight patients have been admitted.

Villagers gathered after the woman’s death.

The woman had come to her home
Kanpur resident Rampratap said that his wife Nathia (25) was ill for a fortnight. Due to which he had left her at her maternal home in Ahiranpurva of Chitrakoot district on Friday. On Monday morning, due to high fever, the family admitted her to the district hospital. Where the doctor declared her dead. Without informing the police, the family took the body with them for last rites. Apart from this, Geeta (35), resident of Kaheta Mafi, Zubaida Begum (65), resident of Muslim Purva, five-year-old daughter Aryan of Rakesh, resident of Manikpur, Puja (34), resident of Siddhpur, Janhavi, daughter of Manish, resident of Chunha Purva, Omprakash (27), resident of Baldaunganj, Ankush (22), son of Ramswaroop, resident of Sapaha, Mayank have been admitted due to vomiting, diarrhea and fever.

There was chaos after the woman fainted
On Monday, Rekha Devi, a resident of Purani Bazar, who was suffering from stomach pain and vomiting, suddenly fainted at around 2 pm. This created panic in the entire ward. Attendant Dhakad said that when he told this to a nurse on duty, she, sitting comfortably on a chair, said, “Go, she will regain consciousness on her own. After some time, new staff will come and they will treat her.” This worried the family. However, when the woman regained consciousness after half an hour, the family heaved a sigh of relief.



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