Nilesh Joshi/Selvas: The Dadra Nagar Haveli in the neighboring state of Sangh Pradesh seems to be in the grip of an epidemic. Because more than 5000 patients are coming to Vinoba Bhave Hospital which is the largest government hospital of the region. In such a situation, it seems as if beds are missing in the hospital. As the number of patients has increased, the hospital system is forcing patients to be admitted and treated under compulsion.
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However, the shocking thing is that more than 800 confirmed cases of dengue have been reported in the region this year. Still the number of other patients including dengue is increasing continuously. As the number of patients in the hospital is increasing, the facilities in the hospital are also getting shorter.
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According to the details of the incident, the largest Vinoba Bhave Hospital is located in Dadar Nagar Haveli, a neighboring state. In addition to Sangh Pradesh Dadra Nagar Haveli, patients from neighboring Valsad district and even remote areas of Maharashtra come for treatment in this hospital. However, due to the recent increase in epidemics in these areas, more than 5,000 patients are coming to Vinoba Bhave Hospital in Selvas daily.
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According to the official statistics of the hospital, more than 800 confirmed cases of dengue have been reported this year. Still the number is steadily increasing. As the number of patients with dengue and other diseases is also high, the hospital is running short of facilities to treat all of them. Hospital wards are overflowing with patients. As many patients are not getting beds, these patients are forced to be admitted and treated in the hospital. With more than 800 dengue cases reported, the health department of the region has been running.
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