By Ammi Kumari, TNN | Mar 15, 2013, 03.08 AM IST
RANCHI: The city
hospitals said there was no bird flu scare and asked people not to panic
after reports of birds dying mysteriously in surfaced recently.
While allaying fears, hospital authorities said they were well prepared to handle .
Tulsi Mahto, director, Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences
(RIMS), appealed to people not to react to rumours of bird flu in the
city. "People will be provided treatment (if there is an outbreak) and
we are making all arrangements here at RIMS. We have
for such patients here as those suffering from bird flu need to be
isolated from others and have to be treated separately with proper care.
Even those who suspect should come to the hospital and get themselves
checked," said Mahto.