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Kerala Flood: The danger of pandemic after the monsoon stopped, the center has set up 3000+ medical camps

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20 Aug : News Express 24 :-

Kerala The devastation caused by the flood in the water is not taking the name of the halt. After the rain stopped on Sunday, people finally took a little relief, but before that the tragedy caused by heavy rains left millions of people homeless and took hundreds of lives.

Due to the flood of floods in the state, 7,24,649 people have to take shelter in relief camps. 5,645 relief camps have been set up for the flood victims. The flood tragedy took 370 lives.

Meanwhile, Union Minister KJ Elphons say that there is no electricity in the house due to flood, nor any other kind of facilities. Most of the time there is an electrician, plumber, carpenter in need. There is no need for food and clothing right now.

In the meantime, in the meantime, the airline started many days later. Kochi Airport was completely submerged due to flood water, after which the Naval Air Station has now started the airline. Now continuous commercial flight service will continue, most of the flights will fly from Bengaluru and Coimbatore.

Union Health Minister JP Nadda has said that the Center is providing full help to Kerala. There are 3757 medical camps in the state, 90 types of medicines are being sent. He said that the whole epidemic is not being spread out.

The news of relief between the floods caused by floods is that the red alert issued in all the districts has now been withdrawn. The Meteorological Department has definitely claimed relief from heavy rains in the coming days. But due to the loss of lives and property in this period of disaster, the life of those living in Kerala and those living in Kerala can take a lot of time to return to the road. While Yellow Alert is continuing in Idukki, Kozhikode, Kannur.

Focus on Rescue

Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said in the interaction with the media, “Our biggest concern was to save the lives of people, it seems that work has happened in this direction.” Finally, in Kerala, there were signs of ending the most destructive phase of the flood, and many cities and villages had reduced water levels. The Chief Minister said, “Perhaps this is the biggest tragedy till date, which has caused huge devastation, so we will accept all kinds of help.” He said that after 1924 there was no such tragedy of flood in the state.

Vijayan said that the last phase of the rescue work is going on. There is a demand for help on many WHATSAP groups, especially for Alappuzha’s help being sought. The Chief Minister said that 22,034 people stranded in flood-hit areas have been rescued.

It is worth mentioning that the death of people since the first flood on May 29 in Kerala is continuing. Rescue work continues in the worst affected Alappuzha, Ernakulam and Thrissur. The officials withdrew the red alert issued in these three districts.

The most affected places where people have been trapped without food or water for the last three days, many areas of Chengalur, Pandalam, Tiruvalla and Pathanamthitta districts are included in Alunaa, Angamali and Paravur in Ernakulam. A group of stranded fishermen coming to help in the rescue work in Alappuzha complained about the lack of coordination among officials. The Kerala Government has estimated a loss of Rs.19,500 crore in total floods.

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