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Dengue Danger Bells in Bengaluru: 1000 Cases Reported in 3 Weeks

Dengue Danger Bells in Bengaluru: 1000 Cases Reported in 3 Weeks


Alert for Dengue in Bengaluru: Southern India is seeing a lot of rain while northern India is dealing with intense heatwaves. Southern India has recently experienced unusual weather patterns, after experiencing extreme heat for a long time. Seasonal diseases are also increasing as the monsoon season begins. As of late, Bengaluru has detailed a huge expansion in dengue cases.

The number of cases has significantly increased compared to the previous year. In only the beyond three weeks inside Bengaluru’s cutoff points alone, 1,036 cases have been recorded. A further rise in cases is indicated by reports from June 2023. The situation has also been addressed by Tushar Girinath, the Chief Commissioner of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP).

Health authorities in BBMP are actively conducting surveys, fogging, spraying, and raising awareness campaigns in response to the rising number of dengue cases. They are also working to get rid of places where mosquitoes breed in order to stop the disease from spreading. Siddaramaiah, the chief minister of Karnataka, has given specific instructions to health authorities to ensure that dengue cases are treated appropriately and to raise public awareness. Additionally, he has advocated working together with state officials to effectively combat the disease.

In addition, the Chief Minister emphasized the significance of public cooperation in adhering to safety measures, particularly in preventing waterlogging in homes and maintaining a clean environment. During the monsoon, authorities advise people to be vigilant against mosquito-borne viruses and to keep an eye on children.

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