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Eight people hospitalized for dengue

Badiadka: Eight people have been admitted to the hospitals as they were tested positive for dengue.

The life taking fever has emerged in the district even before the rainy season. It is feared that the number of dengue cases will rise in coming days, if the rain is delayed. In places like Delampady, Adoor, Pandy, Kinningaru, Korakkodu the symptoms of dengue are seen in many people.

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