Pakistan Mysterious Fever: Mysterious disease wreaks havoc in Pakistan, 19 including 16 children died, is the smoke of factories deadly?
Karachi Mysterious Feve: Dr. Mohammad Arif of Kemari District Health Office (DHO) said that a team is working to find out the cause of the deaths. The team is collecting samples from the patients.
Pakistan Mysterious Disease: In the midst of political and economic crisis in Pakistan, a mysterious disease has added to the difficulties. 19 people have lost their lives due to a mysterious fever in Kemari District of Karachi. According to the information, 16 children are also included in those who died of the mysterious disease. Many children are still being said to be suffering from this disease.
Health officials in the southern Pakistani port city have still not been able to ascertain the cause of death. The team is working to find out this disease.
Mysterious disease havoc in Pakistan
ARY News reported on Thursday that 19 people, including at least 16 children, have died due to a mysterious fever in Muhammad Ali Laghari Goth in Kemari district of Karachi. According to reports, more than 30 children are still suffering from the mysterious fever. There is no dispensary in the area for treatment. Apart from this, the smoke coming out of illegal factories is making it difficult for the patients to breathe.
Team collecting samples from patients
Meanwhile, Dr. Mohammad Arif of Kemari District Health Office (DHO) claimed that two children died due to measles. He said that a team is working to find out the reasons for the deaths in Goth. Mohammad Arif said that the team is collecting samples from the patients. Instructions have been given to set up medical camps and appoint doctors for further care of the patients.
Are these the symptoms of the disease?
Pneumonia-like symptoms have been seen in many children suffering from this disease in Pakistan. Health Services Director Abdul Hameed Jumani has told that according to the information received from the family members of the deceased, before the death, the patients had complained of health problems like high fever, swelling in the throat and difficulty in breathing.
Death due to smoke coming out of factories?
On the other hand Kemari Deputy Commissioner Mukhtiar Ali Abro has sealed many illegal factories. Four people have been arrested saying that 10 children have died in the area so far. The DC further said that due to the burning of plastic and other harmful materials, the smoke emanating from the factories spread diseases among the children.
action against factory owners
According to the deputy commissioner of Kemari, the children had sore throats due to the smoke and later developed pneumonia-like symptoms. He said that for the convenience of the affected and sick people, the team of doctors and the district administration are present in Goth. Meanwhile, a case will be registered against the factory owners. It is worth mentioning that earlier in the Rahim Yar Khan district of Punjab, a total of 12 members of the same family had died due to the same mysterious disease.