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Uran: Increase in dengue, malaria cases

The citizens are demanding that the health department of Uran spray medicine in the villages to reduce the mosquito infestation

Uran: Increase in dengue, malaria cases
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Six cases of dengue and malaria have been detected in Uran district. These patients are being treated in government and private hospitals. The problem of increasing pollution due to garbage and stagnant water in Uran and climate change has increased the incidence of mosquitoes. Malaria and dengue patients are being found due to mosquito infestation. The citizens are demanding that the health department of Uran spray medicine in the villages to reduce the mosquito infestation.


An environment of hot and rainy weather has been created in Uran. As a result, mosquitoes are born due to the accumulation of rain water in the low-lying areas as well as in the sheltered areas. Due to the continuous interruption of electricity supply at night and night, mosquitoes are causing trouble to the residents. 


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A total of six cases of dengue and malaria have been detected in Uran taluka. At present, spraying is being done through the health department in many places during the monsoon season. However, the local village panchayat as well as the residents should take the initiative to clean their area and seek treatment if symptoms of communicable diseases are detected.

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