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The rains and cyclones in the State following the onset of the northeast monsoon could lead to water stagnation and contamination and result in breeding of mosquitoes, which could spread diarrhoea, typhoid, jaundice and leptospirosis.
Patients suffering from diarrhoea have been advised to go on a liquid diet, drink a salt-sugar solution and approach the nearest health centre or hospital. Patients with fever can approach the nearest health sub-centre, primary health centre or hospital and get themselves tested for malaria, filaria, dengue etc.
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