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nndb Stanley is in morning and they're angry they're pantomime with only one who died in Dangerfield are in New Delhi espalda carried him from hospital to hospital on his notepad that nobody would take him in the Indian capital is struggling to cope with its worst outbreak of the virus in five years and waiters Douglas behind pester the officials are not helping the situation what really seems to be the problem is that there's a lack of a central clearing system to allocate patients to hospitals have a capacity to treat them and so what you've got is a more chaotic situation and that is a serious failure on the part of the authorities there's also a lack of coordination between the city authorities are responsible for healthcare and the central government Delhi officials are making a show of action ordering an extra thousand bad for the city's public hospitals are threatening to cancel private hospital licences , children , some question at the movies are really effective leading think shutting down hospitals America could be used to treat patients is actually going to work very well so it's a short term populace responds that fail to address the underlying problem , a shocking suicide shook the city last week a couple jumping off a building contract after their only son died from the fever he was also turned , any different surge of gang cases every year after the rainy season stagnant water providing a breeding ground for mosquitoes , the virus also known as break bones fever because of the pain it can cause there is no vaccine more than eighteen hundred dedicated the record at this year in New Delhi alone but doctors say the actual number is probably much higher