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In times of floods is very dangerous on everyone's health. There is an outbreak of the following:
Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection in humans. An infection occur by contact with water contaminated with rats or mouse urine.
Dengue- is an acute febrile disease caused my Aedes Aegypti Mosquito bites. The patient manifested severe headache, muscle and joint pains, body weakness, fever and rashes appeared. More symptoms are there to come out and needs to be hospitalized soon for proper diagnosis and treatment to prevent further complications
Diarrhrea- is also very common because of the possibility of ingesting contaminated foods. Possibility to be prone to dehydration and gastric infection.
Respiratory infection due to weather and unavoidable and failure of sanitation in the flooded area this could contributes outbreak of this disease.
In this situation the medical team are alert to diagnosed and give a proper treatment and management. And people as well must be aware of the possible causes of the diseases and seek medical treatment at once.

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