A resolution was taken to stop the spread of dengue by meeting on the topic of cleanliness, destruction of communicable diseases
Mayor Sitaram Jaiswal said that diseases can be avoided only by cleanliness. In the waterlogged areas, the municipal administration has conducted a special drive to drain the water. Now these areas have to be given more attention. Fogging should also be done by spraying solution of malathion, lime and sodium hypochlorite. Motivate people to drink clean water and distribute chlorine tablets in waterlogged areas.
Meeting held at Annexe Bhawan
The Mayor was addressing a meeting organized on the topic 'Swachhta Ka Vaar, Annihilation of Communicable Diseases' at Annexe Bhawan on Monday. Said that efforts should be made that dengue does not flourish. The larvae of the Aedes mosquito thrive in clean water. All citizens should not allow clean water to collect anywhere.
Municipal commissioner told the need to make people aware
Municipal Commissioner Avinash Singh said that everyone has to be made aware to prevent communicable diseases. In this, the role of Malaria Department, Asha Bahu, Anganwadi, Municipal Corporation officers and employees is important under the Health Department.
Information on the causes, prevention and prevention of communicable diseases
Earlier, Municipal Health Officer Dr. Mukesh Rastogi and District Malaria Officer Dr. Angad Singh gave information about the causes, prevention and prevention of communicable diseases. Information was given through slide show about prevention of mosquito-borne and water-borne diseases like malaria, dengue etc. During this, Deputy Chairman Rishi Mohan Verma, General Manager Jalkal SP Srivastava, Assistant Engineer Sanjay Verma, Chief Engineer Suresh Chand, Assistant Municipal Commissioner Dr. Mani Bhushan Tiwari, Avinash Pratap Singh etc. were present.
Cleanliness drive carried out in the wards
On Monday, the municipal team carried out a cleaning and spraying campaign in the areas of Jungle Tulsiram West, Kanshi Ram Colony, Civil Lines II, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Colony, Basharatpur, Ramjanki Nagar, Sports College to Karimnagar, Bilandpur's Bansgaon Colony etc.
36 samples of dengue tested, not found infected
The Health Department on Monday examined 36 patients with symptoms of dengue. No one's report came positive. So far 399 samples have been tested. The number of infected is zero. However, the reports of two people of the city came positive in the investigation conducted in Lucknow and Prayagraj. This information was given by ACMO Dr. AK Chaudhary. He told that 205 samples of malaria were tested, all of them have come negative. So far 5354 people have been screened. No infected have been found.