Mandi Ahmedgarh, September 14
Various governmental and non-governmental organizations have launched a coordinated movement to raise awareness of the causes and consequences of vector-borne diseases in the region.
An event launched by Malerkotla’s deputy deputy commissioner Rajesh Tripathi has been extended to all public and private negotiating offices, including educational institutions.
Inspection of suspected vector breeding grounds, organization of workshops and seminars in addition to nebulization, distribution of mosquito nets and mosquito repellants were cited as actions taken by volunteers and staff. government health.
Appreciating the role played by social organizations against vector-borne diseases, ADC Rajesh Tripathi said the municipal councils of Ahmedgarh, Amargarh and Malerkotla had been urged to ensure that all mosquito breeding grounds were removed. with zero tolerance and that those who broke the guidelines should be challenged. .
“We have already advised the authorities concerned to ensure that adequate measures are taken to control the presence of larvae of dengue and malaria vectors. Health authorities have been urged to educate the masses about this, ”Tripathi said.
Referring to information received from civilian surgeon Dr Bindu Nalwa, Tripathi said special teams of health workers and officials had inspected 377 sites in domestic, commercial and educational units.