The number of patients in Eluru has reached 585


* CM Jagan video conference with medical teams and experts on the causes

* Comprehensive operational implementation based on the final report

Amravati, CELIT News‌: On Wednesday, CM YS Jagan held a video conference from the camp office in Thadepalli with central medical teams, experts from reputed institutions and officials on the causes of many illnesses in Eluru due to the elusive disease. Comprehensive to confirm the causes of this occasion Medical teams and experts told CM Jagan that tests were being carried out. Basically lead and organochlorine are suspected. Currently the number of cases has dropped significantly and the victims are recovering quickly, officials said. On this, CM Jagan said that he would conduct a video conference with everyone once again on Friday to find out the exact reasons behind the close scrutiny and study. The VC was attended by experts from NIN, IICT, AIIMS Delhi, AIIMS Mangalagari, WHO and CCMB. CM Jagan then conducted a comprehensive review on the causes that led to the illness of many. Samples collected so far, tests done, information taken on the disclosed items. Experts were asked how long it would take to come to an accurate diagnosis. In addition to taking precautions based on the final results, it is revealed that efficient policies will be followed. Appeal to experts to find out the exact causes of many illnesses.
After completing all the tests as soon as possible and meeting again on Friday, Avudamanna CM Eluru said that action would be taken to rectify the situation and decisions would be taken on the precautions to be taken. Illness due to drinking water Got it? Or not? The CM asked the experts to focus on that issue first and then the rest. Medical experts shared their views on the occasion. CS Neelam Sahni, Anil Kumar Singhal, Chief Secretary, Department of Medical Health, Neurologist, Dr. Chandrasekhar Reddy, Chairman, Andhra Pradesh Medical and Infrastructure Development Corporation, and several senior officials from the Municipal and Medical Health Departments participated in the review. Experts from NIN, IICT, CCMB, AIMS-Delhi, AIIMS-Mangalagiri, WHO attended via video conference. From Eluru, Deputy CM, Medical and Health Minister Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas (Nani), Medical and Family Welfare Commissioner Katamaneni Bhaskar, West Godavari District Collector Muthyalaraju and others participated via video conference.