Anti-larval cells recognize larvae at nine locations

Jalandhar– In an effort to sensitize people to prevent water stagnation, to clean water storage tanks, coolers and litter bins daily as part of the Mission Fateh program, the Health Department carried out measures against vector-borne diseases in various ways on Thursday Parts of the USA by city.

The members of the anti-larval cell, including Sukhjinder Singh, Rajwinder Singh, Sarwan Singh, Sher Singh, Shakti Gopal, Rajan Kumar, Pyara Lal and others, carried out inspections in the Shanti enclave, in New Deol Nagar, in the Shaheed Bhagat Singh colony and in nearby areas.

Four cases were discovered in the Shanti enclave, two in New Deol Nagar and three in the Shaheed Bhagat Singh colony.

During the review, the teams visited 140 homes and checked 49 air coolers and 158 litter bins.

The epidemiologist Dr. Satish Kumar said the teams sensitized people to the fact that these places could serve as a breeding ground for mosquitoes to spread diseases like dengue, malaria and others, so they need to be cleaned regularly.


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