Waterborne diseases claim deaths of two youths in Sindh

By: News Desk
Published: 07:57 PM, 30 Oct, 2022
Waterborne diseases claim deaths of two youths in Sindh
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After the ravaging floods, waterborne diseases, and other illnesses hit the flood victims badly as in a fresh incident two youths died due to jaundice in Tangwani of Kashmore district, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Sunday.   

 The deceased was identified as 20-year-old Zafarullah Dahani and 18-year-old Mansoor Ali Bajarani. They fell victim to water-borne diseases and were under treatment.  Mansoor Ali Bejarani was a resident of the village, Latif Bejarani, and Zafarullah Dahani was a resident of the village, Shah Mor Dahani.

Their deaths have created panic among the residents of the area. Dozens of youth, children, and women are suffering from various epidemic diseases in Tangwani.

Unfortunately, there is no treatment facility for black jaundice in any hospital across the district due to which precious lives are being lost.

The citizens of Tangwani demanded the authorities react timely for saving precious lives in the Kashmore district. 

Skin infections, diarrhea, and malaria are rampant in parts of Sindh's flood-ravaged regions due to stagnant water.  Hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the floods are living in the open, and as stagnant waters have led to serious health issues. 

Reporter: Muhammad Ramzan Mirani 

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