The nightmare of floods in the affected areas and villages will not end for some time. One of the consequences was an outbreak of diseases and illnesses such as gastroenteritis and leptospirosis, with cases increasing over a wide area of Thessaly.
Among these cases, the case of a Trikalini police officer who is a permanent resident of Larissa district has also been flooded.
Trikalanews.gr spoke with the mother of a young woman who experienced her health adventure immediately after the birth of her fourth child.
As he mentioned, leptospirosis was diagnosed soon after birth. Fortunately, the first symptoms were noticed by a doctor who connected the place of residence and immediately went to the necessary tests.
As a result, the woman was hospitalized at Larissa University Hospital for several days and received the necessary treatment as her life was in great danger. Fortunately, this was one of those cases where the body withstood repeated attacks of the disease and today she is at home with her children.
Of course, as his mother pointed out to Trikalanews.gr, he is still undergoing treatment as he is forced to go to the university once a week for intravenous therapy.
The newborn was also tested and the doctors happily informed that he was not infected.
The issue is very serious and local authorities and services should be on constant vigilance and take necessary measures. A month and a half after the floods, streets and neighborhoods are not cleaned and garbage is everywhere, adding to the danger.
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