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    Tamil Nadu Enhances Border Screening Due to Nipah Virus Concerns in Kerala

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    The Tamil Nadu government has taken precautions in response to two Nipah virus deaths in Kerala. The Health and Family Welfare Minister, Ma Subramanian, announced that they are closely monitoring regions bordering Kerala. There are six districts along the border, and fever checks will be conducted for people entering the state from Kerala. Treatment will be provided if needed, and there is no need to panic.

    Fever checks have been conducted in the Kanniyakumari district since Wednesday. A team of officials has been deployed to conduct these checks at five locations. Anyone with fever symptoms will be directed to receive treatment at hospitals, and hospitals have been instructed to notify health officials of any fever cases.

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    Local government workers are creating a list of individuals who frequently travel between Kerala and Kanniyakumari for work. A meeting was held on Tuesday to discuss preventive measures for water-borne diseases with the onset of the northeast monsoon.

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