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Sunday, February 05 2023

Bengaluru: Action plan to curb vector, water-borne diseases

Dr K Sudhakar, C-section
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Bengaluru: The State Health Department has developed an action plan to stop the spread of vector-borne and water-borne diseases in the midst of continuous rain that has caused floods in various parts of the State.

The Department on Thursday July 14 said that the reports of a rise in cases of malaria, dengue, chikungunya, Japanese encephalitis, and lymphatic filariasis have been reported as a result of the recent heavy rains.

According to the Department, Health Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar, presided over a meeting with senior health officials last week and asked for regular updates from the District Administration.

The District Administrations have been given instructions to ensure preparedness so they can respond to the crisis as soon as possible.

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