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Catastrophic Flooding Hits India and Causes Waterborne Disease

A doctor in India's flood-hit Assam region on Sunday reported cases of waterborne disease among locals, particularly skin-related ones. "The locals have fever and are coughing. In some areas, people are suffering from diarrhea, too," said Dr. M. Ali, a general physician at a medical camp in Morigaon, after heavy rain unleashed catastrophic flooding across northeastern Assam state. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer has the details.

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