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Health Ministry issues advisory in wake of Nipah outbreak

All India Radio Thursday, 24 May 2018
Union Health Ministry tonight issued an advisory for general public and healthcare personnel mentioning the preventive measures along with information on spreading the disease and symptoms of Nipah virus infection. The ministry advised the general public to avoid consuming raw date palm sap or toddy, half-eaten fruits from the ground and refrain from entering into abandoned wells and eat only washed fruits.
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News video: Himachal Pradesh Health Ministry issues advisory over Nipah Virus after 8 dead bats found in a school

▶ Himachal Pradesh Health Ministry issues advisory over Nipah Virus after 8 dead bats found in a school 01:36

Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), May 25 (ANI): Himachal Pradesh Health Ministry issued advisory over Nipah Virus after eight dead bats were found in a school in Nahan district on Thursday. The news triggered panic in the state, after which officials collected samples for investigation. State Health...

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