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Two delegates from WHO arrives in Eluru to find cause of the mysterious disease

DCHS AVR Mohan said teams of doctors and scientists from various institutes in the country had arrived here to monitor the situation.
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DCHS AVR Mohan said teams of doctors and scientists from various institutes in the country had arrived here to monitor the situation. 

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It is knew that for the last few days, people in the vicinity of Eluru have been suffering from a mysterious disease.

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It is knew that for the last few days, people in the vicinity of Eluru have been suffering from a mysterious disease. DCHS AVR Mohan said teams of doctors and scientists from various institutes in the country had arrived here to monitor the situation. He said that at present the number of new cases is decreasing and the number of discharges are increasing.

He said teams from various institutes in the country were collecting samples to know the details of the cases registered. He also said that two delegates had come from the WHO. From here, water and milk samples will be collected and sent to the AIIMS in New Delhi. Mohan said experts from the Pune Virology Institute would also come.

AVR Mohan said that now the victims are getting better services here. "We are constantly monitoring the discharged people," Mohan said. He said that 108 vehicles are ready in all areas and a preliminary report has been received and samples of another 40 victims have been collected and sent and opined that the reports could not be disclosed without full confirmation. Mohan said new cases were also being registered due to panic.

Meanwhile, 510 people have been hospitalized in Eluru due to the mysterious disease. Of these, 322 were discharged and 17 were shifted to Vijayawada. Even if the government takes immediate action and instilling courage in the local people, the people are concerned and are in panic.

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