Communicable Disease Campaign launched, Gram Panchayats got no anti-larvae

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Mainpuri. To prevent communicable diseases, a campaign started in the district on Thursday. However, this campaign is limited to Khanapuri due to the negligence of those responsible. So far, the health department has not provided any anti-larval medication to be sprayed into the gram panchayats. Chief Development Officer Isha Priya sent a letter to the health department for this purpose.
Every time a campaign is launched to prevent the spread of communicable diseases. This time, too, the campaign starts on July 1st. In addition to cleaning the bushes, grass and rubbish from village to village, a drug against larvae is sprayed underneath. Most importantly, the campaign started on Thursday, but so far the blocks have only been given larval medication.
Malaria and dengue prevention won’t be easy without spraying anti-larvae down the drains. According to sources, the health department made no prior preparation for the communicable disease campaign. Completed planning in files only. She couldn’t get to the ground. Knowing the matter, Chief Development Officer Isha Priya has sent a letter to the Ministry of Health. He has given instructions to give medication against larvae immediately.
The health department doesn’t even have medication
While the Panchayat Raj department is waiting to receive the drug from the health department, the drug is not available from the health department. District Malaria Commissioner SN Singh said there is now no budget for medication. The government sent the drug directly. A request was made for five hundred liters of medicine. As soon as the medicine becomes available, it will be made available for spraying in the panchayats.
So far, no drug against larvae is available. A request was sent for this purpose. Work is currently being carried out on cleanliness in the villages.
Swamidine, DPRO.

Mainpuri. To prevent communicable diseases, a campaign started in the district on Thursday. However, this campaign is limited to Khanapuri due to the negligence of those responsible. So far, the health department has not provided any anti-larval medication to be sprayed into the gram panchayats. Chief Development Officer Isha Priya sent a letter to the health department for this purpose.

Every time a campaign is launched to prevent the spread of communicable diseases. This time, too, the campaign starts on July 1st. In addition to cleaning the bushes, grass and rubbish from village to village, a drug against larvae is sprayed underneath. Most importantly, the campaign started on Thursday, but so far the blocks have only been given larval medication.

Malaria and dengue prevention won’t be easy without spraying anti-larvae down the drains. According to sources, the health department made no prior preparation for the communicable disease campaign. Completed planning in files only. She couldn’t get to the ground. Knowing the matter, Chief Development Officer Isha Priya has sent a letter to the Ministry of Health. He has given instructions to give medication against larvae immediately.

The health department doesn’t even have medication

While the Panchayat Raj department is waiting to receive the drug from the health department, the drug is not available from the health department. District Malaria Commissioner SN Singh said there is now no budget for medication. The government sent the drug directly. A request was made for five hundred liters of medicine. As soon as the medicine becomes available, it will be made available for spraying in the panchayats.

So far, no drug against larvae is available. A request was sent for this purpose. Work is currently being carried out on cleanliness in the villages.

Swamidine, DPRO.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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