KOZHIKODE: Total number of leptospirosis related deaths in Kozhikode rose to 19 with the reporting of one confirmed and one suspected death here on Monday.
PUNE: Four persons from Bhavani Peth and Yerawada areas have tested positive for leptospirosis at a state government referral laboratory this month.
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One person has died and two others have been stricken by an outbreak of leptospirosis - a rare bacterial infection commonly spread by rat urine.
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