47 female students admitted to Bengaluru hospital, two female students were found suffering from cholera.

Cholera has been confirmed in two female students of Bengaluru Medical College and Research Institute (BMCRI), who were admitted to the hospital after complaining of diarrhea and dehydration.

Officials gave this information on Saturday. A day earlier, 47 female students of the same institution were admitted to the hospital after complaining of diarrhea and dehydration. Dr. Padma M.R. of the State Monitoring Unit under the Department of Health and Family Welfare said that the samples of two female students were positive. Tested. Tested positive for cholera.

After this incident, the principal secretary of the medical education department and the chairperson of the women’s commission inspected the hospital and the hostel. According to BMCRI director Ramesh Krishna, 47 female students of the institute’s women’s hostel were admitted to Victoria Hospital on Friday. All of them were suffering from diarrhea and dehydration.

He said, “47 female students of BMCRI hostel were admitted to Victoria Hospital after complaining of diarrhea and weakness. Stool samples from all patients were sent for testing.

“According to reports, two female students have been found suffering from cholera,” he said. The Karnataka Health and Family Welfare Department said on Friday that six cases of cholera have been reported in the state so far this year. It was revealed in the month of March. Amid reports that extreme heat and water scarcity have increased the risk of cholera outbreaks, the department clarified that all these cases are “sporadic”.

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