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One patient admitted in isolation ward in Navapur

Written by: Staff

Mumbai, Mar 5 (UNI) One patient has been admitted and kept in the isolation ward at Navapur which has been hit by bird flu.

Maharashtra health director Dr P P Doke told UNI that the patient, a poultry cleaner, was admitted to the hospital as a precautionary measure and no human infection has yet been reported.

The patient complained of fever and since he was a cleaner at a poultry farm, he was kept in the isolation ward at the Navapur rural hospital as a precautionary measure.

With today's hospital admission, two patients have been kept in the isolation ward. Earlier, there were fourteen such patients but the others have been discharged.


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