Waterborne Diseases Outbreak In Flood-Hit Sindh.

KARACHI -- Sindh health officials have raised concerns over the outbreak of waterborne diseases in areas hit by recent reAcord-breaking floods.

According to a report released by Sindh health department, Diarrhoea, skin diseases and eye infections are spreading at relief camps set up by the government across the province.

More than 134,000 diarrhea cases were reAported from Sindh in the past two months, said a report released by the health officials on Saturday.

Similarly, 44,832 maAlaria cases were found during monsoon rains since June this year, the official stats show. It added that 101 snake-bite cases have also been reported.

The stats come a day after the government...

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