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The magnitude of floods in Pakistan is not taking its name to reduce. So far more than 1300 people have died due to the severe floods in the Indus river. Lakhs of people are forced to live in relief camps. The situation has become so bad that more than 47,000 pregnant women are taking shelter in shelter camps in Sindh province alone.

According to media reports, the provincial health minister was quoted as saying that more than 47,000 pregnant women affected by floods in Pakistan are forced to live in shelter camps in Sindh province. Sindh Health Minister Azra Pechuho has shared the statistics of women affected by the floods. He said that after the floods thousands of people were found suffering from the disease. According to the Health Minister, more than 134,000 patients of diarrhea have been found in the province and more than 44,000 cases of malaria have been reported.

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The magnitude of floods in Pakistan is not taking its name to reduce. So far more than 1300 people have died due to the severe floods in the Indus river. Lakhs of people are forced to live in relief camps. The situation has become so bad that more than 47,000 pregnant women are taking shelter in shelter camps in Sindh province alone.

According to media reports, the provincial health minister was quoted as saying that more than 47,000 pregnant women affected by floods in Pakistan are forced to live in shelter camps in Sindh province. Sindh Health Minister Azra Pechuho has shared the statistics of women affected by the floods. He said that after the floods thousands of people were found suffering from the disease. According to the Health Minister, more than 134,000 patients of diarrhea have been found in the province and more than 44,000 cases of malaria have been reported.

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