A youngster admitted in government hospital with symptoms of Rat fever had passed away following treatment failure. Due to the rains and floods in Kerala which ended before a week, diseases have been spreading from animals to humans, especially rat fever, and already in Kerala, 40 people have lost their lives to Rat fever.
More than 300 have been infected and have shown symptoms of rat fever, and now Tamilnadu has also encountered rat fever. Sathishkumar belonging to Kondadipattigai village of Kinathukadavu in Coimbatore was admitted in hospital with symptoms of Rat fever, but he had passed away after treatment had failed, and it has been said that if he was admitted earlier he could have escaped death.
On the other hand Sivalingam of
Nilgiris, Thevala area's karthik and Valparai based Ponnaiyan are admitted
in government hospitals with symptoms of Rat fever, and are receiving
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