Due to the increasing number of mosquitoes during the rainy season, the health department is taking all necessary steps for the prevention of mosquito-borne diseases dengue, malaria.
Dengue in Gwalior.
Due to the increasing number of mosquitoes during the rainy season, the health department is taking all necessary steps for the prevention of mosquito-borne diseases dengue, malaria. Under the direction of Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Manish Sharma, under the joint aegis of District Health Committee and Embed Project, the campaign on Dengue is being implemented. For this, teams are reaching different schools.
To ensure the participation of various departments and the general public for dengue control in the city, an orientation program on prevention and prevention of dengue is being organized with the head of government schools through Google Meet. In which Block Academic Coordinator Anupama Suneja, Block Resource Coordinator Sudeep Bhadauria and Mobile Resource Coordinator are providing special information. In this, 67 head masters including Sharmila Sharma are working. In the program, through Google Meet, District Malaria Officer Dr. Neelam Saxena and District Coordinator Embed Project Vijay Mishra are being told about the life cycle of mosquito along with the symptoms and prevention and prevention of dengue.
Along with this, at the school level, the message of prevention of dengue should be conveyed to the people through children and efforts should be made in the direction of dengue control.
Aware of how the teams are doing the school:
In the school, children are being given information about mosquito-borne diseases and their prevention through demonstrations etc.
Children can be explained about this by involving them in the routine larval screening and disposal process in the school.
Involving the process of providing information on prevention and prevention of dengue to children in online classes.
To motivate children to eliminate mosquito breeding conditions in and around their home.
Motivation to wear full sleeved clothes and use creams etc. to protect against mosquito.
In case of any fever, without delay, immediately consult a doctor and prompt for blood test and proper complete treatment.
Dengue is now spreading in Gwalior.
In the midst of the third possible wave of corona, the sting of dengue has started troubling in Gwalior district. According to the Health Department, the number of dengue patients in Gwalior district has crossed 200. The district administration will now impose a fine on such people whose patients are coming out at their homes or whose larvae are found at their homes.
Dengue is now spreading in Gwalior. The number of patients with 17 new dengue patients found in the district has increased to 208. Out of this, the number of patients in the city is 189. The Health Department is identifying such areas where patients are getting more.
Now fines will be imposed on people.
CMHO Dr Manish Sharma says that we are constantly advising people not to allow stagnation of water, to prevent mosquito larvae from being born. He said that the teams of Health Department and Municipal Corporation are continuously checking.
CMHO Dr Manish Sharma said that our teams are continuously checking. Now fines will be imposed on those people from whose house patients are getting or whose mosquito larvae are found at their house. The CMHO said that the district administration is constantly monitoring the increasing number of patients. Separate wards have been prepared at Jayarogya Hospital, Hazira Civil Hospital and Murar District Hospital.