Latest News on Nipah Virus Outbreak
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Jun 04, 2019
Nipah Virus Outbreak: Five things you should do to keep yourself safe, uninfectedThe first confirmed case in the suspected Nipah outbreak is a 23-year-old Keralite who tested positive.
Jun 04, 2018
Nipah virus outbreak: Situation in Kerala not alarming now, no new cases reported, says Pinarayi Vijayan govtThe situation in Kerala at present, following the outbreak of Nipah virus, which has so far claimed 16 lives, is not alarming as no new cases have been reported, a high-level review meeting said on Sunday
Jun 03, 2018
Union health minister JP Nadda reviews Nipah virus outbreak in Kerala, takes stock of situation in Kozhikode, MalappuramUnion health minister JP Nadda reviewed the ground situation with his Kerala counterpart on the Nipah virus outbreak and took stock of the public health measures in the affected areas of Kozhikode and Malappuram
Jun 02, 2018
As Kerala health officials warn of second Nipah virus outbreak, here's all you need to know of the infectionAs concern over the Nipah virus infection outbreak grows by the day, 17 people in Kerala have succumbed to it so far, as per the latest update. Health officials in the southern state have warned of a possibility of a second outbreak.
Jun 01, 2018
Kerala schools reopen barring the ones in Nipah-hit districts after two-month summer vacationAll Kerala schools, except those in the districts from where 16 Nipah deaths have been reported, re-opened on Friday after a two-month-long summer vacation. Owing to the Nipah virus scare, schools in the northern districts of Kozhikode and Malappuram would re-open only on 5 June.
May 29, 2018
Nipah virus outbreak: Kerala to send fresh samples of fruit bats for testing to BhopalWith the source of the Nipah virus outbreak that has caused 14 deaths in Kerala's Kozhikode and Malappuram districts yet to be ascertained, a batch of fresh five samples from fruit bats will be sent on Wednesday to the Bhopal-based National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases, said officials.