West Bengal

9 months ago

Kolkata on Alert as Dengue Cases Rise

Dengue Cases on kolkata (symbolic picture)
Dengue Cases on kolkata (symbolic picture)

 

West Bengal (August 05,2023) : Kolkata has been put on alert as the number of dengue cases in the city has risen in recent weeks. According to the health department, there have been 100 confirmed cases of dengue in the city so far this year, with one death reported. The health department has taken a number of steps to control the spread of dengue, including spraying insecticide in affected areas, conducting awareness campaigns, and setting up fever clinics.

However, health experts have warned that the situation could worsen if preventive measures are not taken. They have urged people to take precautions such as using mosquito nets, wearing long-sleeved clothing, and draining stagnant water. The number of dengue cases in Kolkata has risen in recent weeks, with one death reported. The health department has taken a number of steps to control the spread of the disease, but health experts have warned that the situation could worsen if preventive measures are not taken.

People are urged to take precautions such as using mosquito nets, wearing long-sleeved clothing, and draining stagnant water. The health department has also set up fever clinics in affected areas. The rise in dengue cases is a cause for concern, but the health department is confident that the situation can be brought under control. However, they have urged people to cooperate with the authorities and take preventive measures.


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