Two extra deaths as a result of viral fever and dengue have been reported from UP’s Firozabad, taking the district’s fatality depend to 62, in keeping with official information. A lady died from dengue on Thursday whereas a toddler died on Friday.
Additional Director (Health) Dr AK Singh mentioned a number of groups are working to manage the outbreak of viral fever and dengue. A medical workforce led by communicable illness specialist Dr GS Bajpai had gone to Tundla on Thursday and visited affected areas in Firozabad metropolis and Shikohabad on Friday, he mentioned. On the directions of the Union authorities, Director of Swachh Bharat Mission S B Singh reached Firozabad and assessing the state of affairs.
A particular cleansing drive and anti-larva spraying are being carried out, the official mentioned. When requested as to why the state of affairs has not been managed regardless of efforts for nearly a month now, he mentioned steady rain for 2 days has interrupted the operations. Problems are rising in controlling the state of affairs as a result of frequent rain, he mentioned. Meanwhile, the Divisional Commissioner of Agra, Amit Gupta, has directed Agra’s Assistant Municipal Commissioner Anupam Shukla to attempt to deal with the state of affairs by working for 3 days in Firozabad alongside together with his workforce consisting of two sanitary inspectors.
The divisional commissioner has directed to run a cleanliness marketing campaign to make sure that there is no such thing as a waterlogging. The workforce led by Shukla has arrived right here, officers mentioned.
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