Different water and vector-borne diseases have broken out in the relief camps set up for the flood-hit people of Sindh, says a report on Sunday.

In Hyderabad district, the Health Department has accelerated the provision of medicines to the people in the relief camps amid the spread of various diseases.

During the last 24 hours, 128 people have fallen prey to diarrhea and 204 people to skin diseases at the relief camps.

There have also been reported 24 cases of eye infection and 17 confirmed cases of malaria, according to the Health Department.

As many as 149 people have complained about respiratory infection, whereas, 206 people have complained to have been suffering from other diseases.

According to the Health Department, 882 people have been given medical facilities during the last 24 hours.

Similarly, various diseases have broken out in Qambar Shahdadkot district.

The number of patients suffering from malaria, gastroenteritis and diarrhea is increasing.

The Sindh government has established a temporary medical camp in the area.