Dengue Cases Rises: The rate of dengue is increasing very fast in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. According to the information, six adults and seven children were admitted to the dengue ward in a government hospital. Dr. Shailesh Kumar Singh of Ursula Government Hospital said, “A total of 60-70 cases of fever are reported daily. Those found dengue positive are kept in the dengue ward. At present there are six adults in the dengue ward and seven children in the dengue ward. are recruited.
Earlier on Sunday, several parts of Uttar Pradesh’s Lakhimpur Kheri district reported a spike in dengue cases, with nine patients currently admitted in the dengue ward of the district hospital. Dengue is spreading very fast in Lakhimpur Kheri district of Uttar Pradesh. The platelet count of the patients is decreasing rapidly and the hospitals are running at full capacity. However, no one has died in the district due to dengue.
Better facilities are being set up for the treatment of dengue
According to the information, better facilities are being set up for the treatment of dengue in Lakhimpur Kheri District Hospital operating in Motipur. Keeping in view the increasing number, beds have been increased from 6 to 22 now with two separate dengue wards. A team of health workers has been deployed. Along with medicines, essential food items are also being provided to the patients by the hospital.
CM Yogi held a high level meeting on the increasing cases of dengue
Meanwhile, on Saturday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a high-level review meeting with the officials of the state health department on rising dengue cases and directed to set up dedicated dengue hospitals with availability of doctors and health workers in every district. issued.
During the meeting, CM Yogi had expressed concern over the growing ill effects of dengue and other infectious diseases in the last few weeks and directed health officials to improve screening and surveillance. He asked the officials to take the help of ASHA workers and conduct door-to-door screening to identify those with symptoms and make arrangements for their treatment.
CM Yogi asked to start a massive awareness campaign
CM Yogi also directed the officials to ensure availability of beds, proper medical check-up and timely treatment for the patients. He also directed the officials to make regular cleaning and fogging efforts across the state. He asked to start a massive awareness campaign to make people aware about the causes, symptoms, prevention etc. of Dengue. With the rise in dengue cases, the Uttar Pradesh government has also canceled the leave of all doctors and paramedical staff.
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