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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Cholera - India (Jammu and Kashmir State)

Date: Mon 24 Sep 2012
Source: Greater Kashmir News
In a matter of grave concern for health officials in the Kashmir Valley, at least 238 patients were diagnosed with cholera in north Kashmir's Baramulla district with Public Health Authorities saying that all the water samples collected from the areas are "grossly contaminated" and tested positive for fecal matter.
"We have treated over 500 patients for different water-borne diseases in Baramulla and 238 patients were declared as cholera cases after clinical suspicion by the doctors in various district hospitals. They mostly live in Tangmarg, Kunzer, and Pattan areas," sources told Greater Kashmir. The clinical suspicion emerged from the microbiological analysis by the public health officials in the district.

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