MOSQUITO INFSTATION – THE RISE OF VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE

During these tough times in India that is reeling under the deadly wave of Covid-19, the Delhi High Court on Monday asked all the civil government and the AAP Government to prepare to control the outbreak of this new mosquito-borne disease. Due to pandemic conditions, steps are not taken by Municipal Corporations and the government to take such risk.

The high court said that if the situation will handle properly then it can risk it the lives of many people from the rise in the vector-borne disease and can lead to greater problems. The situation is very bad because of this mosquito-borne disease. With the onset of monsoon, there is a widespread of this disease and also it can end up with a major problem.

If the mosquito infestation problem may not be taken into consideration urgently then this would create more complexities and problems during this pandemic time where there is a shortage of beds in the hospitals and risky at all. The court directed the Municipal and Delhi Government to look into the depth of this problem and take proper action on the mosquito infestation.

MOSQUITO INFSTATION – THE RISE OF VECTOR-BORNE DISEASE ,Dengue , Chickengunya

Every year during the time or Monsoon there is an increase in the cases of Chikungunya and Dengue. If people get Dengue, Chikungunya or any other vector-borne disease during this time then they need to be hospitalized. Therefore during Covid times, this can convert into a much bigger problem and also difficult for the government and the hospitals to take care of the patients of different deadly diseases at the same time.

Do you know what are the signs of Mosquito Infestation? Mosquitos often make that all too familiar buzzing sound and also, they irritate intensely with swelling. Also, the Government got a red bump on the skin. The bump is often itchy and looks a little swollen. The government asked authorities to take steps to deal with Mosquito Infestation.

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