Don’t be afraid of communicable diseases, get treatment soon

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Shravasti. On Thursday, on the instructions of District Judge TK Shibu, the special campaign to combat communicable diseases was canceled by the CMO. During the campaign, which runs until July 31, this van will reach urban and rural areas and raise awareness of cleanliness.
Before leaving the van, the chief physician, Dr. AP Bhargava that the government is committed to maintaining people’s health. Pregnant women and children are at higher risk for communicable diseases. Adopt cleanliness, protect mother and child from disease. Appealed to the general public that the nearest health center, a hospital, should be visited immediately if there is a fever. Do not take unnecessary medication without medical advice. Drink more water and other liquids like coconut water, shikanji, fresh fruit juice. He said that all diseases can only be dispelled by adopting cleanliness.
The aim of this campaign is to prevent encephalitis and communicable diseases. He said the Dastak campaign will be launched from July 12th to July 25th. As part of this campaign, ASHA and Anganwadi will go door to door to advise people on cleanliness, waste disposal, waterlogging prevention, mosquito prevention, etc. Don’t be afraid of encephalitis, get it treated soon. If you have a fever, take the children to the state hospital immediately for treatment.
To prevent communicable diseases, you should net the doors and windows of your homes and use regular mosquito nets. Take anti-mosquito measures, do not allow water to collect in unusable objects. Wear full-sleeved clothing, avoid waterlogging in drains and clean them regularly. In addition, you should avoid open bowel movements, use regular toilets, take special care of malnourished children, and children must both receive vaccines from JE. On this occasion the other Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mukesh Matan Helia, District Program Officer Asha Singh, Assistant Malaria Officer Manjusa Gupta, and other officers in attendance.

Shravasti. On Thursday, on the instructions of District Judge TK Shibu, the special campaign to combat communicable diseases was canceled by the CMO. During the campaign, which runs until July 31, this van will reach urban and rural areas and raise awareness of cleanliness.

Before leaving the van, the chief physician, Dr. AP Bhargava that the government is committed to maintaining people’s health. Pregnant women and children are at higher risk for communicable diseases. Adopt cleanliness, protect mother and child from disease. Appealed to the general public that the nearest health center, a hospital, should be visited immediately if there is a fever. Do not take unnecessary medication without medical advice. Drink more water and other liquids like coconut water, shikanji, fresh fruit juice. He said that all diseases can only be dispelled by adopting cleanliness.

The aim of this campaign is to prevent encephalitis and communicable diseases. He said the Dastak campaign will be launched from July 12th to July 25th. As part of this campaign, ASHA and Anganwadi will go door to door to educate people about cleanliness, garbage disposal, waterlogging prevention, mosquito prevention, etc. Don’t be afraid of encephalitis, get it treated soon. If you have a fever, take the children to the state hospital immediately for treatment.

To prevent communicable diseases, you should net the doors and windows of your homes and use regular mosquito nets. Take anti-mosquito measures, do not allow water to collect in unusable objects. Wear full-sleeved clothing, avoid waterlogging in drains and clean them regularly. In addition, you should avoid open bowel movements, use regular toilets, take special care of malnourished children, and children must both receive vaccines from JE. On this occasion the other Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mukesh Matan Helia, District Program Officer Asha Singh, Assistant Malaria Officer Manjusa Gupta, and other officers in attendance.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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