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PM Modi directs central health officials to assess requirements of Tamil Nadu to control spread of dengue

All India Radio Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
PM Modi directs central health officials to assess requirements of Tamil Nadu to control spread of denguePrime Minister Narendra Modi has directed central health officials to assess the requirements of Tamil Nadu to help the state control the spread of dengue.This has been told by the state Deputy Chief Minister O.
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News video: Dengue cases yet to come under control, 190 admitted

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Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu), Oct 08 (ANI): At least 190 persons with dengue symptoms were treated at Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH). Doctors said that patients have low platelet count and are being treated in the hospital and the authorities are taking steps to prevent the spread of dengue...

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