LAHORE - Health Department has established relief camps at Basti Dhona, Mehmood Kot to provide medical facilities to the flood affectees. Chief Minister while visiting Mehmood Kot the other day had directed the Health Department to establish the said camps. Secretary Health Fawad Hassan Fawad informed that a special team of doctors of children hospital had reached Multan for the treatment of children suffering from gastroenteritis. Moreover, the members of Provincial Surveillance and Epidemic Response Cell and the experts of Institute of Public Health, Lahore also visited Muzaffargarh for providing guidelines to the District Response Cell for controlling and treatment of the epidemics. Fawad further told that anti-mosquito spray/fogging had been started in all the affected districts to control malaria and other diseases. He told that another consignment of medicines had reached Rajanpur from Multan by C-130 plane and so far 60 trucks of medicines ha been provided to the flood affected district. Meanwhile, Director Hea-lth Management Information System Dr Muhammad Anw-ar Janjua while in a briefing regarding the medical relief activities has informed that so far medical teams have provided treatment facilities to 5,81,121 patients in the flood affected areas. Dr Janjua told that 517 people had been given anti-rabies vaccine and 229 persons given anti-snake venom so far. Moreover, pregnant wom-en and minor children are being vaccinated against tetanus and other diseases.