SRINAGAR: Chief Minister, Omar Abdullah this afternoon visited Crisis Management Centre (CMC) established by Health Department here to monitor the health situation from across the valley particularly in flood affected areas and respond to the needs of people.
The data from all over the valley particularly from flood affected areas is received daily in the Centre to ascertain the health indicators relating to acute diarrhea disease, measles, fever, jaundice, acute respiratory disease besides other water borne diseases. The data is analysed by the team of expert doctors at the centre daily.
The Commissioner Secretary Health, Gazanffer Hussain and Director Health Service Kashmir, Dr. Saleem gave details of the functioning of CMC of Health Department and apprised the cm that till date health indicators of all these diseases are absolutely normal and no epidemic of any disease has been reported from anywhere in the valley. It was also informed that no death has either taken place in the valley due to water borne diseases.
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