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Three-day post-flood animal treatment camp concludes

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 July 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent
Tezpur, July 26: The recent floods had affected people and animals alike. In a move to provide preventive care to the livestock in various parts of Tezpur, the State Veteriry Hospital, Tezpur organized a three-day long camp for post-flood animal treatment fom July 24 in flood-affected areas in and around Tezpur, including Tal Gereki, Dolabari, Gotlong, Tinmle, and Bhitorsuti, which concluded on Wednesday.
Dr. Kamala Kalita of the State Veteriry Hospital said, “Around 1,000 livestock were examined which were severely affected in the recent floods in Sonitpur district. The animals, mainly cows, buffaloes and goats are suffering from diarrhea and mouth and foot diseases. Medicines have been provided and further adequate measures have been taken to prevent outbreak of any epidemic.” He further added, “Fakaruddin Ahmed and Jatil Phukan, Field Assistants, as well as staff of State Veteriry Hospital, Tezpur and associate doctors have rendered their services in the medical health check-up camp.”

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