Medication against larvae for the Panchayat Rajch department

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Mainpuri. To control communicable diseases, the health department provided the Panchayat Raj Department with larval medicine on Friday. Amar Ujala had prominently published the news of the lack of medication in the Friday edition. Thereafter, larval medicine was rushed to the Panchayat Raj department and city authorities. From Saturday onwards, spraying will take place from village to village.
The cleanliness in the villages is carried out as part of the Communicable Disease Control Campaign that began on July 1st. After cleaning, spraying against larvae should also be carried out in the wet area and in the drains. But the health department failed to provide the drug to the Panchayat Raj Department and city authorities. For this reason, the action on July 1st was limited to cleanliness. It was featured prominently in the Friday edition of Amar Ujala.
Then the health department became active. In a hurry, the health department provided 50 liters of medication against larvae. Of this, the Panchayat Raj department was given 30 liters of medication, while 20 liters were made available to the municipal institutions. District Malaria Officer SN Singh said a request for 500 liters more medication had been received. The drug is coming soon.

Mainpuri. To control communicable diseases, the health department provided the Panchayat Raj Department with larval medicine on Friday. Amar Ujala had prominently published the news of the lack of medication in the Friday edition. Thereafter, larval medicine was rushed to the Panchayat Raj department and city authorities. From Saturday onwards, spraying will take place from village to village.

The cleanliness in the villages is carried out as part of the Communicable Disease Control Campaign that began on July 1st. After cleaning, spraying against larvae should also be carried out in the wet area and in the drains. But the health department failed to provide the drug to the Panchayat Raj Department and city authorities. For this reason, the action on July 1st was limited to cleanliness. It was featured prominently in the Friday edition of Amar Ujala.

Then the health department became active. In a hurry, the health department provided 50 liters of medication against larvae. Of this, the Panchayat Raj department was given 30 liters of medication, while 20 liters were made available to the municipal institutions. District Malaria Officer SN Singh said a request for 500 liters more medication had been received. The drug is coming soon.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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