Rewari news:The health department is on alert in view of increasing dengue cases in Rewari district. In order to contain the mosquito outbreak, the health department has intensified fogging work. The health department is forming teams to check the larvae in localities and colonies. In addition to raising awareness among the population, blood samples are taken for testing and reports are issued if mosquito larvae are found. On Saturday, 11 new dengue cases were confirmed in the district, including 5 cases from government hospitals and 6 from private hospitals. Currently, 35 dengue patients are admitted to hospitals. So far, the number of dengue cases in the district has reached 220, with the maximum number of 118 cases coming from the city. In addition, 6 cases of malaria were also detected.
So far this season, 220 dengue cases have been reported, of which a maximum of 118 were from urban areas. There were also 6 cases of malaria. Last year, there were 324 cases of dengue fever and 5 cases of malaria in the district. Malaria health inspector Bijendra Singh said 118 dengue cases have been found in the city so far, 34 in Bawal CHC, 30 in Mirpur CHC, 12 in Khol CHC, 20 in Guravada CHC and 6 in Nahar CHC. Blood samples have been taken from 2,608 people so far this season. Samples were taken from 92 people on Saturday. Of the total dengue cases in the district, 80 patients were found in government hospitals and 140 patients were found in private hospitals.
Two teams inspected the city and made clues
On the instructions of CMO Dr. Surendra Yadav, two teams of health workers led by District Malaria Officer Dr. Deepak Verma and health inspector Birendra Singh. The teams investigated malaria positive cases in the city’s colonies. Virendra Singh, Suresh Kumar MPHW Mail, Manjeet Singh and Breeding Checker Vijay Kumar visited 125 houses in and around Sadhushah Nagar and took 24 slides of fever patients and gave water tanks to people in a week while giving information on malaria prevention. Recommended Clean the pot and cooler. The second team visited Mohalla Muktiwada. As a team, Ramesh Kumar, Vinod Kumar, Sunil Kumar MPHW and breeding examiner Sunil prepared 27 slides from fever patients. Health ministry teams also tested the water tank and cooling water and notified 15 people after finding larvae. Health workers warned people that a challan could be imposed if the larvae were found again.
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