Speed ​​Up Antilarva And Fogging To Eliminate Mosquitoes: Cmo

Saharanpur. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sanjeev Manglik instructed the in-charge medical officers that anti-mosquito action should be taken daily at district and block level. Spraying and fogging of anti-larva should be done regularly by the municipal corporation and municipalities.
He also said that the district team and block level teams should visit the areas and during the visit, door-to-door survey should be done. Do not allow water to accumulate in old utensils, fridge trays, wiped utensils etc. Also, people should be made aware during the survey. Apart from this, everyone should be made aware about prevention and prevention of diseases under vector borne diseases like dengue, malaria, chikungunya etc. People should be told that water should not be allowed to accumulate in broken utensils, tyres, pots, bottles etc. inside the house, outside and on the roofs. Use only insecticide-containing mosquito nets. Keep all water vessels, tanks, etc. completely covered. Do not allow water to accumulate around your house. Fill the pits filled with water. Along with yourself, keep children wearing full sleeve shirt and paint only. If you complain of fever, get treatment in a government hospital immediately. Don’t fall into the trap of sloppy doctors.

Saharanpur. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sanjeev Manglik instructed the in-charge medical officers that anti-mosquito action should be taken daily at district and block level. Spraying and fogging of anti-larva should be done regularly by the municipal corporation and municipalities.

He also said that the district team and block level teams should visit the areas and during the visit, door-to-door survey should be done. Do not allow water to accumulate in old utensils, fridge trays, wiped utensils etc. Also, people should be made aware during the survey. Apart from this, everyone should be made aware about prevention and prevention of diseases under vector borne diseases like dengue, malaria, chikungunya etc. People should be told that water should not be allowed to accumulate in broken utensils, tyres, pots, bottles etc. inside the house, outside and on the roofs. Use only insecticide-containing mosquito nets. Keep all water vessels, tanks, etc. completely covered. Do not allow water to accumulate around your house. Fill the pits filled with water. Along with yourself, keep children wearing full sleeve shirt and paint only. If you complain of fever, get treatment in a government hospital immediately. Don’t fall into the trap of sloppy doctors.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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