In Ahmedabad, 811 cases of dengue have been reported till September 28 in the city. A total of 1,478 cases of mosquito epidemic have been recorded with 624 cases of malaria.
If you look at the statistics of private hospitals, there are likely to be more than 2,500 cases. Waterborne epidemics have resulted in 703 cases of typhoid, 311 of jaundice, 444 of diarrhea and 3 cases of cholera.
Bodkadev, Thaltej, Tall,vatva, Gota, Navarangpura in the city. The highest number of dengue cases have been reported in Chandkheda. In September, a total of 1.15,215 blood samples containing malaria symptoms were taken for laboratory examination. While a total of 4,498 serum samples suspected to have dengue symptoms were taken, the Municipal Health Department said.
The city is aggravated by typhoid in a waterborne epidemic. A total of 380 cases of typhoid were reported during the month of September 2018. In comparison, 703 cases of typhoid have been reported in 28 days in September this year. Thus twice the cases are seen.
The city is undergoing an epidemic. The rain does not name the halt. Roads and densely populated rainforest are producing mosquitoes.