War against dengue: Kejriwal asks people to check mosquito breeding
| Monday | 16th September, 2019
After a visit to West Delhi's Tri Nagar area, Kejriwal claimed that data showed the campaign was "successful" so far and cases of dengue were on the decline.
The dengue mosquito has a range of 200 metres so if people check their houses and encourage their neighbours to do it, Delhi will be saved from the disease, he said in Tri Nagar.
The number of dengue cases recorded till September 7 stood at 122, with 30 of these reported in the current month and 52 in August.
— PTIAAP MLAs tour coloniesSeveral AAP MLAs toured residential colonies in their assemblies here on Sunday to spread awareness about dengue.
The MLAs urged residents to participate in the campaign, launched by the CM, and save the city from dengue outbreak.
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