UP records its least dengue infections, in comparison to last year’s 300 daily infections: Dy CM
As opposed to 300 daily infections last year, U.P. is recording 200 dengue cases each day this year: Dy CM
According to the most recent state health department data, 1,430 dengue cases have been reported in Lucknow so far this year. It said that Prayagraj had more dengue infections than Lucknow (1,432) and had 629 cases reported from Ayodhya.
25,383 dengue cases were reported last year, according to the data. Comparatively, 8,963 dengue cases were documented up through November 6 of this year. Speaking about the statistics, Brajesh Pathak, the state’s deputy chief minister and health minister, stated, “We have been able to reduce the number of dengue illnesses this year. In addition, this year’s hospital admittance requirements are lower than they were last year. This year, there are an average of 200 new dengue cases recorded each day. The daily average in 2017 was 300 instances.
Additionally, this year has seen 10 dengue deaths reported compared to 25 deaths reported last year. If a patient has a fever, they should call 1075. 3,800 beds have been been aside for dengue sufferers. According to need, this number may be raised, the minister stated.
Forty new dengue cases were reported in Lucknow on Monday. These cases came from Aliganj, Aishbagh, Chandarnagar, Sarojininagar, and Indira Nagar, totaling five from each location. Health teams discovered mosquito larvae that day in 10 locations throughout Lucknow and sprayed for the larvae. The blood banks in Lucknow have 1,082 units of platelet, according to the health department.
“Mosquito nets should be used as a preventative strategy. To prevent mosquito breeding, stagnant water should be removed as soon as possible, according to Dr. Abhishek Shukla, secretary general of the association of international doctors.