Karnataka: Kalaburagi City Corporation initiates mass fogging drive to combat increasing dengue cases (Pic Credit ANI)
According to officials from Karnataka's Kalaburagi City Corporation, a major fog campaign has been launched to tackle the increase in dengue infections in the city. Kalaburagi City Corporation commissioner Snehal S. Lokhande said: "The corporation has been continuously undertaking fogging measures since the onset of Monsoon. However, with the increasing Dengue cases due to rainfall, we have decided to conduct a mass fogging drive in a phased manner throughout the city."
According to Lokhande, the fog will cover the entire city, regardless of location. The community commissioner urged residents to exercise caution in their efforts to fight dengue fever, chikungunya and other related diseases and to cooperate with the Kalaburagi City Society and the Ministry of Health.
Due to the growing number of dengue cases in the district, Kalaburagi MP Umesh Jadhav reportedly urged the district's health and family services to take appropriate measures. Dengue fever was confirmed in 362 of the 1,782 blood samples collected since January, according to Sharanabasappa Ganjelkhed, the district health officer. After an unexpected increase in dengue fever cases, the department has reportedly stepped up efforts to fight the disease through an awareness campaign. In the countryside, he started a door-to-door awareness campaign.
On Sunday, Jadhav chaired a meeting of officials in the city to discuss progress so far in the fight against dengue fever. The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare reviewed the data on dengue cases by district and found that there were 105 confirmed cases in the city of Kalaburagi. There would be 453 suspected cases.
The Ministry of Health and Family Care reviewed the province's data on dengue cases from January to September 25 and found that the city of Kalaburagi had the highest number of confirmed cases with 105 confirmed cases. had 453 suspected cases. Chittapur Taluk had 65 confirmed cases and 447 suspected cases, Jewargi Taluk had 64 confirmed cases and 247 suspected cases, Sedam Taluk had 14 confirmed cases and 114 suspected cases, Afzalpur Taluk had 14 confirmed cases and 106 suspected cases, Aland had 18 confirmed cases and 85 suspected cases, Chincholi had 12 confirmed cases and 82 suspected cases and Kalaburagi Rural had 11 confirmed and 36 suspected cases of dengue.
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