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Jun 10, 2019
Nipah Virus: Kerala's ad-hoc health workers who risked life to save patients, on hunger strike since 13 days for regularisation of jobsThe 47 temporary workers were recruited by the health department after the regular staff at the Kozhikode Medical College Hospital refused to handle the Nipah patients
Jun 10, 2019
Nipah virus: Kerala govt acted quickly, but recurrence a sign that state's once immaculate healthcare system is failingEpidemiologically, what the recurrence of Nipah in Ernakulam indicates is that the virus is still out there - probably in bats or in pigs - and it can hit back any time
Jun 06, 2019
Kerala Nipah outbreak: Six patients quarantined after threat of infection test negative; condition of seventh remains stableAuthorities have scrambled to trace the source of the potentially deadly virus which resurfaced in the state a year after it struck two north Kerala districts, claiming 17 lives. The Kerala government had put a total of 314 people, including all those who recently came in contact with the Nipah patient, under observation.
Jun 05, 2019
Condition of Nipah virus patient stable, state five others under observation improving, says Kerala health ministerKerala Health Minister KK Shailaja said said the condition of the college student being treated for Nipah virus is stable, and that of the five others quarantined is improving.
Jun 03, 2019
Kerala health minister says 23-year-old student in Thiruvananthapuram 'suspected' to have Nipah virus day after district officials called reports 'baseless'A day after Ernakulam district officials rejected reports claiming confirmation of Nipah virus case in the region as baseless, the Kerala government on Monday confirmed that a 23-year-old college student, admitted to a private hospital in Kochi, is suspected to have been infected with the Nipah virus.