There are a lot of unknown diseases coming in front of us these days and a lot of lives are lost because of such lethal diseases. There are some cases in which the people don't even come to know the exact cause and name of the disease even before that life ends. One such disease, which came up is legionnaires disease in Auckland that took its first life away and that person's family members are really shocked to hear the news.
When the doctors gave this news they warned the people that this may claim even more lives after this so they should take appropriate precautionary measures against it.
There are also some buildings who have been given the dose of a chemical earlier this week, which will prevent the people from that disease but the secretive Auckland council authority's officials have not disclosed the name of those buildings. The media could not get information on the web as the authorities refused to do so because the senior officials were attending meetings on this particular issue.
After the news of the death of that patient was announced on Wednesday, 11 more cases came into light in Auckland and the authorities concerned are really worried after that. This news was further confirmed by the Auckland Public Regional Health Services (APRHS) and they also told that the disease broke out somewhere near the mid of February.
Dr. Baker stated: “Unfortunately, one lady has now died. I don’t want to go into much detail but she was elderly and already ill and it was not unexpected”.
He told the media that Auckland district health board was taking care of that lady and was fully involved but didn't mention whether the lady was admitted in the hospital or not.
The people are getting really tensed following the death of a person due to this disease but are also concentrating on the primary measures, which can help in preventing them from this lethal disease.
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