Encephalitis: Politicians try to cash in the unfortunate situation

23 Jun 2019 02:38 PM

Encephalitis: Politicians try to cash in the unfortunate situation

Updated 23 Jun 2019 02:38 PM

Brain fever - caused by acute encephalitis syndrome (AES) or Japanese encephalitis - scourge is still not under control in Bihar. More than 140 children have lost their lives in June and over 600 others are reported suffering from AES/Japanese encephalitis. Muzaffarpur is bearing the brunt with over 100 deaths due to brain fever.

According to the Bihar health department, brain fever or Chamki as it is called locally has spread to 16 of 38 districts of the state.

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