In some parts of Tripura, water levels has receded, and in others medical camps have been set up to take care of patients, if/when they suffer from water-borne diseases. More than 700 families were displaced after the flood. Hundreds of people are still stranded in camps. "Our main focus is to make sure people get a place to stay. We have brought a pharmacist along with us, we will make sure, that the victims remain aware about cleanliness and are prevented from being infected by water-borne disease," said one of the doctors.