Leishmaniasis patients fail to get vaccine


Rafiullah Mandokhail


Over two hundred Leishmaniasis patients in neighboring Sherani district are running from pillar to post as the health department lacks anti-leishmaniasis vaccines at the health facilities. “Around 200 patients in Killi Ghorlama, Sur Lakki and Walmei are suffering from leishmaniasis, but the health officials have turned deaf ear to vaccinate the patients and take preventive measures to control the disease,” said Khalid Sherani, a social activist in the affected area. He said that he has informed the district health officer Sherani several times.

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