The Ministry of is on high alert to control mosquito-borne diseases and other seasonal illnesses. Ministry put on alert over control of mosquito-borne diseases and other seasonal illnesses – News

The Ministry of is on high alert to control mosquito-borne diseases and other seasonal illnesses. Ministry put on alert over control of mosquito-borne diseases and other seasonal illnesses – News
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  • Malaria Co-Director Dr Mushtaq Khan undertook a two-day visit

Municipal journalist |

Joint Director of Directorate of Medical and Services, Malaria Control and Head of the Chief Minister’s Free Testing Scheme, Dr Mushtaq Khan was on a two-day visit to Bikaner district. During these two days, Dr. Khan inspected 7 hospitals and held three meetings and put everyone, from senior officials of the health department to field workers, on alert for the control of diseases transmitted by mosquitoes, heatstroke and other seasonal illnesses.

He visited Kolayat Sub-District Hospital, Gajner Community Health Centre, Jaimalsar Primary Health Centre, Muralidhar Vyas Nagar Urban Primary Health Centre, UPHC No.4 and UPHC No.7 and evaluated the work being done there for mosquito prevention and seasonal disease control. . Obtained up-to-date disease information from on-site staff.

He extensively investigated Gambusia Hatchery, Temifos, availability of MLO, BTI and Pyrethrum for spraying, worker training, positive cases reported so far, challenges and gaps and given the necessary instructions for improvement. It separately looked at heatstroke, mosquito-borne illnesses, illnesses from contaminated food and illnesses from contaminated water.

We also evaluated the tests available under the free testing program and the progress made. NVBDCP state coordinator Chainroop Soni, CMHO deputy health Dr Lokesh Gupta and epidemiologist Neelam Pratap Singh Rathod were present during the inspection. On this occasion, Joint Director Dr Devendra Chaudhary, CMHO Mohit Singh, Bikaner Urban Incharge Dr Ramesh Gupta, Urban Program Manager Neha Shekhawat, Dr MA Dawoodi, Dr Mukesh Janagal, Dr Rekha Rastogi, Dr Benazir Ali, Dr . Jibran etc. were present. Before this, Medical College Deputy Director Rekha Acharya also reviewed the campaign.

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