Banteay Meanchey: About 49 people, including 35 children in O Snguot village, O'Prasat commune, Mongkul Borei district, had fever, joint pain, muscle aches and rashes. Chikunnguya fever is suspected to have broken out on the skin. The disease is spreading to four more nearby villages. According to the Banteay Meanchey Provincial Health Department.
Le Chansangvat, director of the Banteay Meanchey provincial health department, told the Post on Wednesday that there had been an outbreak of cholera on the night of September 7. Recently in this province after the team inspected immediately.
Mr. Chan Sangvat said: "After finding this, the team sent some patients to Mongkol Borei Provincial Hospital because they have hot symptoms. 39 to 40 degrees Celsius, joint pain, muscle pain, skin rash, dizziness, nausea.
Mr. Chansangvat said that after finishing work and continuing to monitor the outbreak of chicken fever that occurred in O Snguot village, the team is also The disease is suspected to have spread to four nearby villages, and emergency intervention is continuing to investigate the case. In addition, to refer for treatment and care services and to draw blood for other suspected cases to investigate the virus.
"So far, there have been new cases, but not many," he said. Our team is educating and disseminating health messages, prevention and eradication of mosquito nets in collaboration with local authorities and relevant departments, especially the installation of additional abattoirs. "And spraying mosquito nets in the target area."
Chan Vithy Navuth, director of the Cambodia-Japan Friendship Hospital in Mongkol Borei, said that for all patients with suspected cases of chlamydia in the village That is, 37 people were hospitalized. However, due to the improvement of some patients, the doctors allowed them to leave the hospital while the patients were still in the hospital. Hospitalized because they had chikungunya along with dengue fever.
"They are not seriously injured because those who continue to rest, even if they do not have blood results," he said. "There is cholera, but we suspect chi and some people have been diagnosed with dengue fever."