The departments of health, animal husbandry, and forest and wildlife will conduct a joint operation to trace bats that may be infected with Nipah virus by investigating their habitats.
The Union Health Ministry has rushed a team of experts to assist the state in coping with the outbreak.
Liberian authorities confirmed 22 deaths have been recorded across the country following the outbreak of Lassa fever in January.
On May 9, Liberia declared a health emergency following two confirmed deaths from Lassa fever in Margibi.
In the week to April 23, there were 428 probable and confirmed malaria cases reported, compared to fewer than 100 in all of 2017.
The number of chikungunya cases reported in Rio de Janeiro during the first quarter of 2018 is nearly triple the number seen during the same period in 2017.
The victims were a 40-year-old from Waziristan and a 50-year-old from Dera Ghazi Khan.
After more than 100 deaths and almost 400 confirmed infections, Nigeria in April recorded a sharp decline in the spread of Lassa fever.