The toll due to the deadly Japanese Encephalitis virus in Odisha’s Malkangiri district reached over 80 in just nearly two months. It has also raised an alarm in the neghbouring districts too.
Officer on Special Duty Nruparaj Sahu, who is now camping in Malkangiri to check the spread of the virus, said, the situation has really posed a threat and all possible efforts are being taken to control the menace. He said, an expert team will visit the district tomorrow to review the situation. 
Official sources said, discussions with national-level experts are being held for control measures and vaccination drives will be conducted in Malkangiri in the last week of December. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan is scheduled to visit Malkangiri on Friday to take stock of the situation.

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