Dengue and malaria risk increases when it rains, wards are being built in hospitals

Jhansi. The risk of dengue and malaria increased when it rained. In such a situation, the health department keeps an eye on the sensitive areas of mosquito breeding. Apart from that, each CHC, PHC was asked to reserve two beds for dengue and malaria patients. A separate ward will also be set up in the Medical College, District Hospital.
The accumulation of water and dirt during the rainy season increases the risk of infection with mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue, malaria, chikungunya, etc. In such a situation, the containers kept on the roofs inside and outside the houses should not be waterlogged be allowed. At the same time, there was waterlogging in places due to the two-day rain. In such a situation, the Ministry of Health has started monitoring in sensitive centers such as Talpura, Khushipura, Nagra, Veerangana Nagar and Dadiyapura. The larval site is specially sprayed here. In addition, brochures on the prevention of dengue and malaria are distributed to the population. In July itself, slides of more than 2,600 people were sent for examination, on which a case of malaria was reported. Apart from that, dengue and malaria patients were asked to reserve two beds in community and primary health centers. A separate department will be set up in the medical college and in the district hospital.
In July, more than 2,600 slides were created and sent for review. Of these, only one case of malaria was reported. The spraying of larval sites is carried out particularly on sensitive centers. RK Gupta, District Malaria Commissioner.

Jhansi. The risk of dengue and malaria increased when it rained. In such a situation, the health department keeps an eye on the sensitive areas of mosquito breeding. Apart from that, each CHC, PHC was asked to reserve two beds for dengue and malaria patients. A separate ward will also be set up in the Medical College, District Hospital.

The accumulation of water and dirt during the rainy season increases the risk of infection with mosquito-borne diseases such as dengue, malaria, chikungunya, etc. In such a situation, the containers kept on the roofs inside and outside the houses should not be waterlogged be allowed. At the same time, the two days of rain caused waterlogging in places. In such a situation, the Ministry of Health has started monitoring in sensitive centers such as Talpura, Khushipura, Nagra, Veerangana Nagar and Dadiyapura. The larval site is specially sprayed here. In addition, brochures on the prevention of dengue and malaria are distributed to the population. In July itself, slides of more than 2,600 people were sent for examination, on which a case of malaria was reported. Apart from that, dengue and malaria patients were asked to reserve two beds in community and primary health centers. A separate department will be set up in the medical college and in the district hospital.

In July, more than 2,600 slides were created and sent for review. Of these, only one case of malaria was reported. The spraying of larval sites is carried out particularly on sensitive centers. RK Gupta, District Malaria Commissioner.

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