Noida reported 13 cases of dengue in just 3 days, lens also for typhoid fever
Although Gautam Budh Nagar only registered his first two dengue cases three days ago, eleven new cases were added in just two days in the district.
The health service is now also monitoring all suspected cases of typhus and leptospirosis. ICMR reports had previously confirmed that the "mystery fever" cases that had resulted in more than 100 deaths in Mathura, Firozabad and Mainpuri were dengue, typhoid, typhoid and leptospirosis.
Officials said that while all preventive measures have been taken, fogging drives in the district have also increased. “We held a meeting with all departments and apart from the authorities, the nagar panchayat and other departments have also been told to ensure hygiene and regular sanitation. Anti-larvae spraying and clearing of shrubs around inhabited areas are also being done,” said Suhas LY, district magistrate
Officials said dengue cases in GB Nagar have remained low compared to other counties in the state due to better sanitation and fewer flooding problems.
“There are hardly any areas in Noida where waterlogging is a major problem. So, rainwater keeps draining out. Regular fogging drives are also going on. All teams that were involved for sanitisation during Covid have now been diverted to fogging,” said Rajesh Sharma, district malaria officer
He added that general hygiene in the district had also improved with fever control after the Covid peak. This could be one of the reasons for the lower case numbers in the province.
In the meantime the three patients with the blotchy skin of the circle have all been treated and discharged. No new suspected cases were found during surveillance either.
There were 23 cases of malaria at the end of August and more will be added at the end of September
Given the rain forecast for the rest of the week, people should be very careful not to put clean water in places like pots, coolers, birdhouses on balconies, tires, throws, or thermal mugs near homes.
Sources:- times of India
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