After Corona, a team was sent by the Ministry of Health to eradicate dengue in 9 states of the country

New Delhi, November 03: On the one hand, while the prevalence of Corona Virus is declining in the country, Dengue has once again increased headaches. The prevalence of dengue is increasing in some states of the country. Similarly, on Tuesday, the Union Ministry of Health has sent central teams of experts to 9 states and union territories. The teams will work to provide technical guidance along with public health measures related to dengue outbreaks. Haryana, Punjab, Kerala, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Delhi and Jammu and Kashmir have the highest number of dengue patients. The teams include officials from the National Center for Disease Control and the Mosquito-borne Disease Control Program. Letters have been sent to the Director General of Health Services and Principal Secretaries (Health) of the nine States and Union Territories.

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The competent authority has decided to deploy central teams to help state governments by providing technical guidance along with public health measures to combat the dengue outbreak, the letter said. Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Monday directed the Union Health Secretary to send a team of experts to identify the states with the highest number of dengue patients. The Health Minister reviewed the dengue situation in Delhi for control and management of the disease. So far this year, more than 1,530 dengue patients have been diagnosed in Delhi. Of these, about 1,200 cases were reported in October. Which is the highest number this month in the last four years.

Swine flu is also rampant in Delhi

Amidst the corona epidemic and dengue outbreak, swine flu is now rampant in Delhi. In 60 days the infection has increased 44 times. Amidst the Corona epidemic and dengue outbreak, Delhiites may now face another new challenge. The number of swine flu patients is also increasing in the capital. The situation is that the number of patients has increased 44 times in 60 days and the government has been alerted about it.

PM’s meeting on low vaccination

The Prime Minister will hold review meetings with districts with low immunization coverage. The meeting will include districts with less than 50% coverage of the first dose and less coverage of the second dose of the covid vaccine. The Prime Minister will interact with DMs from more than 40 districts in Jharkhand, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya and other states. Districts where vaccination is low. The Chief Ministers of these states will also be present on this occasion. The meeting will be held via video conference at 12 noon today.

The Chief Minister interacted

Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will hold discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi this afternoon on the review of Kovid 19 infection prevention vaccination. Yesterday, the Chief Minister had a lengthy discussion with the Divisional Commissioners and District Collectors of the state regarding Kovid 19 infection prevention vaccination.

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At this time, the Chief Minister has given a target to all the District Collectors to complete 100 percent vaccination by November 30. Therefore, vaccination in the state will be accelerated. For this, there is a possibility of conducting door-to-door vaccination campaign. All eyes are now on what new decisions are being taken from the discussions between the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister today.


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