SDMC focuses on minimising sources of mosquito breeding
| Monday | 14th June, 2021
"Due to favourable conditions like rain, humidity and optimum temperature, mosquito breeding takes place during this season.
Aedes mosquito transmits diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya, hence incidence of mosquito breeding increases.
To stop mosquito breeding, SDMC's Public Health Department contacted 1,157 RWAs and sent 5 lakh awareness messages to citizens.
The Public Health Department has also sent 2,580 legal notices and has challaned 625 people after finding mosquito breeding at premises.
Legal action may be initiated after repeated incidents of mosquito breeding at one place.
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