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‘No thaw in dengue, viral fever cases’

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Says focus will be on achieving full public cooperation, which is crucial for controlling dengue

Acknowledging that the occurrence of dengue and other viral fever cases in many parts of Tamil Nadu was yet to show a declining trend, J. Radhakrishnan, Secretary, Health and Family Welfare department, said that the next three months — with the imminent onset of the northeast monsoon — will indeed be challenging for the government.

In a conversation with The Hindu during his field-level inspection in Madurai Corporation areas on Wednesday, Mr. Radhakrishnan said the focus now was on fully sensitising the public and winning over their cooperation in eradicating domestic breeding of mosquitoes.

“The WHO guidelines also insist on public participation in controlling the breeding of Aedes aegypti type of mosquitoes,” he said. Stating that awareness of mosquitoes was good, he, however, said the awareness often did not translate into preventing mosquito breeding.

 

Pon Vasanth Arunachalam MADURAI, OCTOBER 26, 2017 00:00 IST
UPDATED: OCTOBER 26, 2017 04:47 IST Source: The Hindu

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