Waterlogging in the rainy season increases the risk of infectious diseases

hear the news

hear the news

Lakhimpur Kheri. The rain has started. The drainage system from town to village is not good. In such a situation, dirt collects in places next to the waterlogging. Mosquitoes also breed. This has increased the risk of infectious diseases.
On the one hand, the health department claims that extensive precautions have been taken to prevent infectious diseases. Medicines were made available to the block officials by the community. People are also made aware that the water in and around the house does not stagnate. Even so, the possibility of infectious diseases spreading through waterlogging has increased due to the lack of an appropriate drainage system.
Dr. RS Madhauria, doctor at the district hospital, says that one needs to be very careful during the rainy season as the possibility of spreading all kinds of diseases increases in it. The reasons for this are waterlogging and dirt. Therefore, in the rainy season, it is necessary to pay special attention and attention to the cleanliness of the house and the physical environment.so protect
Avoid getting wet when it rains.
Do not stay in wet clothes for a long time.
Avoid eating outside of things.
Make sure that water does not accumulate on the house, roof, etc.
Regularly clean the cooler and refrigerator, etc.
Pay special attention to food and drink.
Thoroughly wash and use vegetables, etc.
To avoid illness, eat seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Pour kerosene on the wet area
Do not keep such an item on the roof of the house where water collects. This allows mosquitoes to multiply in it, which can lead to diseases. If water accumulates in pits, etc. around the house, fill it with kerosene. This will kill the larvae.

Water borne diseases
Jaundice, gastro, cold, chickenpox, dysentery, temporary fever, typhus, cholera, whooping cough, malaria, filariasis, JE, AES, dengue etc.

Year Dengue, JE, AES,
2017-22,33,188
2018-04, 05.60
2019-07, 12, 28
2020-21, 03, 32
So far 2021-04, 00, 06,

The risk of infectious diseases increases during the rainy season. In this regard, health authorities at block level have been alerted. After receiving information about infectious diseases, the treatment is carried out by the sending teams from the health department. The department is fully prepared for the prevention of infectious diseases. -DR. Ashwani Kumar, CMO and Malaria Officer in charge

Lakhimpur Kheri. The rain has started. The drainage system from town to village is not good. In such a situation, dirt collects in places next to the waterlogging. Mosquitoes also breed. This has increased the risk of infectious diseases.

On the one hand, the health department claims that extensive precautions have been taken to prevent infectious diseases. Medicines were made available to the block officials by the community. People are also made aware that the water in and around the house does not stagnate. Even so, the possibility of infectious diseases spreading through waterlogging has increased due to the lack of an appropriate drainage system.

Dr. RS Madhauria, doctor at the district hospital, says that one needs to be very careful during the rainy season as the possibility of spreading all kinds of diseases increases in it. The reasons for this are waterlogging and dirt. Therefore, in the rainy season, it is necessary to pay special attention and attention to the cleanliness of the house and the physical environment.
so protect

Avoid getting wet when it rains.

Do not stay in wet clothes for a long time.

Avoid eating outside of things.

Do not leave water on the house, roof, etc.

Regularly clean the cooler and refrigerator, etc.

Pay special attention to food and drink.

Thoroughly wash and use vegetables, etc.

To avoid illness, eat seasonal fruits and vegetables.

Pour kerosene on the wet area

Do not keep such an item on the roof of the house where water collects. This allows mosquitoes to multiply in it, which can lead to diseases. If water accumulates in pits, etc. around the house, fill it with kerosene. This will kill the larvae.

Water borne diseases

Jaundice, gastro, cold, chickenpox, dysentery, temporary fever, typhus, cholera, whooping cough, malaria, filariasis, JE, AES, dengue etc.

Year Dengue, JE, AES,

2017-22,33,188

2018-04, 05.60

2019-07, 12, 28

2020-21, 03, 32

So far 2021-04, 00, 06,

The risk of infectious diseases increases during the rainy season. In this regard, health authorities at block level have been alerted. After receiving information about infectious diseases, the treatment is carried out by the sending teams from the health department. The department is fully prepared for the prevention of infectious diseases. -DR. Ashwani Kumar, CMO and Malaria Officer in charge

    .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply