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Dengue started to scare in Jind district, now children are getting a handle too

Jind. Now young children in the county are also being caught by dengue fever. The report received by the health department on Tuesday found 19 new dengue-positive patients. Six children are also included in these 19 dengue positives. This has increased the number of dengue victims in the district to 376. The concern of the public health department has increased further with the reporting of dengue-positive young children. Wherever dengue-positive patients have been identified by the health department, fogging and blood samples are taken.

The report, received by the health department on Tuesday, involves a 27-year-old youth from Jind, a 40-year-old man from Kandela, an 18-year-old man from Dalamwala, a 65-year-old man from Ahirka, a 50-year-old man from Muana , a 30-year-old man from Jind, a 59-year-old man from Sindhvikheda were included. Also, a 30-year-old woman from Gupta Colony, a 30-year-old woman from Kharkaramji, a 23-year-old woman from Julana, a 45-year-old woman from Jind, a 52-year-old old woman from Retauli, a 60-year-old woman from Jind are in. While Jind’s 16-year-old teenager, Kharkramji’s 10-year-old teenager, Jalalpur Khurd’s 13-year-old teenager, Ramraye’s 11-year-old teenager, 3-year-old child, Dhaula Kuan’s 11-year-old teenager are included.

Celebrate the dry day in terms of dongu and malaria

Health Inspector Rammehar Verma said people should not allow water to pool anywhere by keeping clean around and inside the house to prevent the dengue outbreak from spreading further. Celebrate Dry Day once a week. Led by CMO Dr. Manju Kadian on Tuesday, health workers in the city’s Vijay Nagar, Ram Colony, Gupta Colony and Vishwakarma Colony went door-to-door, providing information about the health program including dengue prevention and raising people’s awareness of disease prevention.

Informed the team of health workers Amarjeet, Jagdeep, Dinesh, Omprakash, Pradeep Sharma, Manju, Mukesh Rani, Sheela, Neelam, Poonam, Sonia, Savita, Darshana, Anju, Sita, Radha, Urmila, Aarti, Yashmi, Rajrani, Surajmukhi, Suman on prevention and prevention of diarrhea, jaundice, malnutrition, TB, sugar, hypertension, including mosquito-borne diseases.

Instead of panicking about fever, get checked for corona and dengue

dr Rajesh Bhola, deputy chief of the civil hospital, said that instead of panicking about a fever, one should have the dengue test done immediately. In the district, all possible dengue prevention measures are taken by the health administration. Tests are carried out daily. The common man must celebrate one day a week as a dry day.

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