List of tuberculosis patients is drawn up

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Banda / Naraini. The communicable disease campaign began with a rally on Thursday. The additional director (medicine and family welfare) Dr. RB Gautam and CMO Dr. ND Sharma have been signed off. The promotion runs until July 31st. Health workers are trained for diseases such as malaria, filariasis, dengue fever, chikungunya, meningitis, etc.
A list of people with tuberculosis and fever is drawn up and free tests are carried out. The additional director announced that ASHA and Anganwadi will be visiting homes from July 12th to 25th, making people aware of communicable diseases and putting up stickers. A list of people with tuberculosis and fever is drawn up. Pay attention to the conditions for breeding mosquitoes. The GMO said the communicable diseases departments and Dastak Abhiyan should work together on this.
In order to fight communicable diseases effectively, awareness of cleanliness and clean drinking water is essential. The community and panchayats should have the larvae sprayed and misted. BSA, DIOS motivate children to be clean. ACMO Dr. RN Prasad, District Vaccination Officer Dr. MC Pal, District Malaria Officer Pooja Ahirwar, Executive Officer Buddhi Prakash and staff were in attendance.
On the other hand, Naraini Nagar Panchayat President Ommani Verma took the oath of communicable disease control and covid-19 to officials and staff. In addition, tulsi and marigold plants were planted on the CHC premises and these plants were also distributed to the employees. SDM Vandita Srivastava talked about fighting communicable diseases. The women took stock of the vaccination in the pink booth. Medical Superintendent Dr. BS Rajput, Tehsildar Sushil Singh, BEO Shivautar, Block Program Manager Deependra Mishra, Communicable Disease Officer Ram Kishore, etc. were present.
The main focus of the MPs on the cleaning of villages
Chitrakoot. The special campaign to fight communicable diseases was launched by MP RK Singh Patel and DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla at the Urban Primary Health Center. Meanwhile, MP RK Singh Patel said that during the rainy days all diseases spread to the villages. The government has launched a communicable disease campaign to prevent disease. Appealed to the village chiefs to promote cleanliness through public awareness events.
The DM said any fever could be meningitis. Meningitis becomes fatal. CMO Dr. Vinod Kumar Yadav announced that the campaign will last until July 31st. MP and DM rewarded ANM and ASHA staff for their significant contribution to vaccination. ACMO Dr. Imtiaz, District Immunization Officer Dr. Mukesh Pahadia, additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. RK Chauriha etc. were present on this occasion.

Banda / Naraini. The communicable disease campaign began with a rally on Thursday. The additional director (medicine and family welfare) Dr. RB Gautam and CMO Dr. ND Sharma have been signed off. The promotion runs until July 31st. Health workers are trained for diseases such as malaria, filariasis, dengue fever, chikungunya, meningitis, etc.

A list of people with tuberculosis and fever is drawn up and free tests are carried out. The additional director announced that ASHA and Anganwadi will be visiting homes from July 12th to 25th, making people aware of communicable diseases and putting up stickers. A list of people with tuberculosis and fever is drawn up. Pay attention to the conditions for breeding mosquitoes. The GMO said the communicable diseases departments and Dastak Abhiyan should work together on this.

In order to fight communicable diseases effectively, awareness of cleanliness and clean drinking water is essential. The community and panchayats should have the larvae sprayed and misted. BSA, DIOS motivate children to be clean. ACMO Dr. RN Prasad, District Vaccination Officer Dr. MC Pal, District Malaria Officer Pooja Ahirwar, Executive Officer Buddhi Prakash and staff were in attendance.

On the other hand, Naraini Nagar Panchayat President Ommani Verma took the oath of communicable disease control and covid-19 to officials and employees. In addition, tulsi and marigold plants were planted on the CHC premises and these plants were also distributed to the employees. SDM Vandita Srivastava talked about fighting communicable diseases. In the pink booth, the women took stock of the vaccination. Medical Superintendent Dr. BS Rajput, Tehsildar Sushil Singh, BEO Shivautar, Block Program Manager Deependra Mishra, Communicable Disease Officer Ram Kishore, etc. were present.

The main focus of the MPs on the cleaning of villages

Chitrakoot. The special campaign to fight communicable diseases was launched by MP RK Singh Patel and DM Shubhrant Kumar Shukla at the Urban Primary Health Center. Meanwhile, MP RK Singh Patel said that during the rainy days all diseases spread to the villages. The government has launched a communicable disease campaign to prevent disease. Appealed to the village chiefs to promote cleanliness through public awareness events.

The DM said any fever could be meningitis. Meningitis becomes fatal. CMO Dr. Vinod Kumar Yadav announced that the campaign will last until July 31st. MP and DM rewarded ANM and ASHA staff for their significant contribution to vaccination. ACMO Dr. Imtiaz, District Immunization Officer Dr. Mukesh Pahadia, additional Chief Medical Officer Dr. RK Chauriha etc. were present on this occasion.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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