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Chikungunya: Health experts caution upsurge in disease may be result of evolution of viral strain - India Live Today;

Chikungunya: Health experts caution upsurge in disease may be result of evolution of viral strain - India Live Today

India Live TodayChikungunya: Health experts caution upsurge in disease may be result of evolution of viral strainIndia Live TodayNew Delhi, September 15: As the number of deaths in Delhi due to chikungunya and its complications have shown a spike, health experts say the sudden upsurge of the disease this year could be a result of evolution of the viral strain. Doctors have ...and more »

Chikungunya in Delhi: Health minister Satyendar Jain says the disease can't cause death - Firstpost;

Chikungunya in Delhi: Health minister Satyendar Jain says the disease can't cause death - Firstpost

FirstpostChikungunya in Delhi: Health minister Satyendar Jain says the disease can't cause deathFirstpostThe death toll due to chikungunya-triggered complications stood at 12 on Thursday, with two new cases reported from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), prompting Union Health Minister JP Nadda to seek a report from the Delhi Government ...and more »

Cases of dengue, chikungunya less compared to 2015: AAP government - The Indian Express;

Cases of dengue, chikungunya less compared to 2015: AAP government - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressCases of dengue, chikungunya less compared to 2015: AAP governmentThe Indian ExpressThe government denied claims that Delhi was facing the "worst dengue crisis" and said they have taken a slew of measures to control these vector-borne diseases. 8. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: PTI | New Delhi ...and more »

Chikungunya in Delhi: AAP govt. cancels leaves of doctors, paramedics - The Hindu

Chikungunya in Delhi: AAP govt. cancels leaves of doctors, paramedicsThe HinduIn the wake of a sudden spurt in chikungunya and dengue cases, the Delhi government has ordered municipal corporations to inspect all construction sites for breeding of mosquitoes within two days, and cancelled leaves of doctors and paramedical staff ...and more »

Chikungunya toll rises to six in Delhi; over 1000 diagnosed with disease - Daily News & Analysis;

Chikungunya toll rises to six in Delhi; over 1000 diagnosed with disease - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisChikungunya toll rises to six in Delhi; over 1000 diagnosed with diseaseDaily News & AnalysisAn 80-year-old man from Ghaziabad has died of Chikungunya complications at a private hospital in Delhi, as the toll from the vector-borne disease mounted to six in the national capital. Mahendra Singh, the second person from Ghaziabad to have succumbed ...and more »

FYI Satyendar Jain, Chikungunya Is out of Control and It Kills - The Quint;

FYI Satyendar Jain, Chikungunya Is out of Control and It Kills - The Quint

The QuintFYI Satyendar Jain, Chikungunya Is out of Control and It KillsThe QuintDelhi is in the ICU but you can never address a problem until you fully acknowledge the extent of it. For example, let's talk about Delhi Health Minister's claims on chikungunya, currently shirking away from action and compare them with facts, hard facts.and more »

Impossible to die from chikungunya, says AAP Health Minister as Delhi death toll rises to four - Daily News & Analysis;

Impossible to die from chikungunya, says AAP Health Minister as Delhi death toll rises to four - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisImpossible to die from chikungunya, says AAP Health Minister as Delhi death toll rises to fourDaily News & AnalysisChikungunya is taking its toll in Delhi, with at least four deaths due to the vector-borne disease reported in the last two days in the national capital where its number of cases have crossed over 1,000 this season. Of the three fatalities recorded ...and more »

Delhi: 5 'suspected' dengue deaths at AIIMS; cases mount to 1158 - The Indian Express;

Delhi: 5 'suspected' dengue deaths at AIIMS; cases mount to 1158 - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressDelhi: 5 'suspected' dengue deaths at AIIMS; cases mount to 1158The Indian ExpressAt least 1,158 cases of dengue have been reported in the national capital with nearly 390 of them being recorded in the first 10 days of September, the month in which the vector-borne disease begins to peak. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus ...and more »

Delhi: Dengue and chikungunya cases on rise, 100 AIIMS doctors and kin fall ill - India Today;

Delhi: Dengue and chikungunya cases on rise, 100 AIIMS doctors and kin fall ill - India Today

India TodayDelhi: Dengue and chikungunya cases on rise, 100 AIIMS doctors and kin fall illIndia TodayMore than 100 people, including resident doctors and their families living inside the campus, have fallen prey to chikungunya and dengue in the last few weeks. Mail Today Bureau | Posted by Siddharth Tiwari. [email protected] New Delhi, September ...and more »

First confirmed chikungunya death in Delhi, another suspected - Daily News & Analysis;

First confirmed chikungunya death in Delhi, another suspected - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisFirst confirmed chikungunya death in Delhi, another suspectedDaily News & AnalysisAnother suspected chikungunya death has also been reported at AIIMS, but the hospital authorities have not confirmed it yet. A 65-year-old man on Monday died of chikungunya at a hospital in Delhi, in what could be the first fatality from this vector ...and more »

Centre Seeks Report On Dengue, Chikungunya From Delhi Government - NDTV;

Centre Seeks Report On Dengue, Chikungunya From Delhi Government - NDTV

NDTVCentre Seeks Report On Dengue, Chikungunya From Delhi GovernmentNDTVJP Nadda met Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain to discuss the situation and assured all support. New Delhi: The centre today sought a detailed report from Delhi government on deaths due to dengue and chikungunya, including medical history of the ...and more »

Delhi's doctors, nurses and cleaners call in sick as mosquitoes turn entire rank-and-file of hospital staff into ... - Daily Mail;

Delhi's doctors, nurses and cleaners call in sick as mosquitoes turn entire rank-and-file of hospital staff into ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailDelhi's doctors, nurses and cleaners call in sick as mosquitoes turn entire rank-and-file of hospital staff into ...Daily MailAs the outcry over an onslaught of viral diseases in the Capital reaches fever-pitch and hospitals continue to struggle under an unrelenting tide of patients, the men and women in white have also started to fall ill. Doctors, nurses, and even ...and more »

Kejriwal blames LG, PM as chikungunya toll climbs to 3 - India Today

Kejriwal blames LG, PM as chikungunya toll climbs to 3India TodayNew Delhi, Sep 13 (PTI) Amid mounting criticism over spread of vector-borne diseases in the city, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today sought to pass the buck, saying the Delhi government was "incapable of even buying a pen" as he and his Cabinet ...and more »

Five Dengue Deaths In AIIMS, Number Of Deaths Rises To 14 - NDTV;

Five Dengue Deaths In AIIMS, Number Of Deaths Rises To 14 - NDTV

NDTVFive Dengue Deaths In AIIMS, Number Of Deaths Rises To 14NDTVNew Delhi: The death toll due to dengue in the national capital has mounted to 14 with AIIMS confirming five more fatalities due to the vector-borne disease which has affected over 1,150 people this season. "The five deaths from dengue took place ...and more »

Chikungunya toll in Delhi rises to 10 - CanIndia News

Chikungunya toll in Delhi rises to 10CanIndia NewsNew Delhi, Sep 14 (IANS) Health complications triggered by chikungunya continued to claim lives, with an 80-year-old succumbing to it in a city hospital here, taking the toll to 10, authorities said on Wednesday. The hospital said it has in the past ...and more »

Don't panic, hospitals fully equipped to deal with Chikungunya: Satyendra Jain - Free Press Journal;

Don't panic, hospitals fully equipped to deal with Chikungunya: Satyendra Jain - Free Press Journal

Free Press JournalDon't panic, hospitals fully equipped to deal with Chikungunya: Satyendra JainFree Press JournalNew Delhi, With the ongoing health crisis in the city over the vector-borne diseases, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Wednesday appealed people not to panic and said the government will probe as to why in one hospital there have been so many ...and more »

Delhi stung by chikungunya: Toll mounts to five, over 1000 cases - Financial Express;

Delhi stung by chikungunya: Toll mounts to five, over 1000 cases - Financial Express

Financial ExpressDelhi stung by chikungunya: Toll mounts to five, over 1000 casesFinancial ExpressChikungunya is taking its toll in Delhi, with at least four deaths due to the vector-borne disease reported in the last two days in the national capital. By: PTI | New Delhi | Updated: September 13, 2016 9:45 PM. AddThis Sharing ...and more »

Two more chikungunya deaths in Delhi, 3 fatalities in 24 hrs - Deccan Herald

Two more chikungunya deaths in Delhi, 3 fatalities in 24 hrsDeccan HeraldChikungunya is taking its toll in Delhi, with at least four deaths due to the vector-borne disease reported in the last two days in the national capital where its number of cases have crossed over 1,000 this season. Of the three fatalities recorded ...and more »

Delhi govt seeks support of people to fight dengue, chikungunya - gulfnews.com;

Delhi govt seeks support of people to fight dengue, chikungunya - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comDelhi govt seeks support of people to fight dengue, chikungunyagulfnews.comNew Delhi: Grappling with rising cases of dengue and chikungunya in the city, Delhi government on Saturday said that all hospitals and fever clinics will remain open on Sundays even as it appealed to people not to panic. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar ...and more »

Vector-borne diseases: Nadda speaks to health ministers of UP, Haryana - Millennium Post;

Vector-borne diseases: Nadda speaks to health ministers of UP, Haryana - Millennium Post

Millennium PostVector-borne diseases: Nadda speaks to health ministers of UP, HaryanaMillennium PostUnion Health Minister J P Nadda on Thursday spoke to the health ministers of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh regarding the outbreak of dengue and chikungunya that have claimed the lives of 30 people in the National Capital Region. Nadda will meet Delhi ...and more »