Balochistan reports 3,963 new cases of infectious diseases in 24 hours

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Diarrhoea, cholera, respiratory infections on raise

Flood-hit Balochistan faces a viral disease epidemic as 3963 new cases of diarrhoea, skin infections, malaria has been reported in the last 24 hours. According to a report Baloshictan reported 3,963 new cases of viral diseases in the last 24 hours. 947 diarrhoea cases, 77 cholera cases, 1055 cases of respiratory infections, 165 eye infections, and 675 malaria cases, while 1043 skin infections were reported in the last 24 hours.

Balochistan and Sindh have been under attack by viral diseases after floods caused devastation in the two provinces.

Yesterday, according to a report Baloshictan reported 3,162 new cases of viral diseases in the last 24 hours. 859 diarrhoea cases, 50 cholera cases, 862 cases of respiratory infections, 161 eye infections, and 5 malaria cases, while 994 skin infections were reported in the last 24 hours. Balochistan’s death toll amid floods reached 322 with 12 more reported dead, the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) reported.

The variety of malaria circumstances within the nation had gone as much as 229.

Balochistan’s dying toll amid floods reached 322. According to the PDMA, over 500,000 cattle have been reported useless, and 185,000 houses have been broken amid the calamity.

65,000 houses had been utterly demolished whereas 120,000 had been partially broken, the PDMA informed. 103 dams have additionally been broken as a consequence of heavy rainfall and flooding within the province whereas crops on over 900,000 acres of land had been additionally broken. 2,198 km of roads and 22 bridges have additionally been broken amid the calamity.

On the other had the death toll from floods in Balochistan reached 322 with 12 more reported deaths on Saturday, the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA) reported.

According to the PDMA, over 500,000 head of cattle have dead in the province, and 185,000 homes damaged due to the calamity. Similarly, 65,000 homes were completely destroyed while 120,000 were partially damaged, the PDMA informed.

After September 15, five more persons lost their lives including two men and three children today, taking the death toll in devastating floods in Balochistan to 322 so far.Five more people including two men and three children were killed due to floods in Balochistan.

 

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