Seized vehicles turn into dengue breeding hubs

  • | Thursday | 13th June, 2019

Health experts said rainwater remains trapped under the bonnet, seats and in rims. Last year, dengue larvae was found even in a fuel tank of an abandoned scooter, informed the health official. The health officials informed that the dengue larvae has been found at Ghagga police station and Anaj Mandi police station for which the noticeswere issued. The health official said the SSP office has not replied to the notice to date. Dr Sumeet Singh, district epidemiologist said, “These vehicles are potential places for dengue breeding as water accumulates in them and go unnoticed.

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