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    Khammam: The people living in the areas near the Godavari river are now suffering from fever and other illnesses. In Sompalli village, for example, the number of fever cases is increasing every day. The affected individuals are being taken to government and private hospitals for treatment.

    In Sompalli village, 50 families are still struggling with fever. Despite the efforts of medical officials, the fever does not seem to be under control. Normally, fever patients go to the primary health center in Morampally Banjar, but because their fevers are very high, they are being referred to Palvancha Social Hospital for better treatment. Many patients have been sent to Bhadrachalam, Palvancha, and Kottagudem hospitals for treatment.

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    Bathula Venkateswarlu, the CPI(M) mandal secretary, has called for free medical camps to be held in Sompalli village. He believes that if 50 families are suffering from fever, the health officials should provide medical assistance there.

    Sompalli village Sarpanch Tati Veeranjaneulu has reported a rise in fever cases over the past 25 days. Some patients have been discharged from hospitals, but there are still around 25 people receiving treatment at Palvoncha hospital.

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    According to District Medical and Health Officer Dr Sireesha, not all fevers in the village are dengue. Tests have shown that the patients do not have dengue. It is a viral fever that has spread in the village. The health services in the village are available 24/7, and the health staff and doctor are closely monitoring the situation. Dr Sireesha reassures the people that there is no need to panic as the viral fever will soon come to an end.

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