Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. In order to make citizens aware about the diseases caused by mosquito bites, a malaria campaign chariot was flagged off during the anti-malarial month which started from June 1. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. Ratnesh Kuraria flagged off the campaign chariot.
District Media Officer Ajay Kuril informed that Dr. Kuraria also gave instructions to prepare necessary action plan for the prevention of Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya. After leaving the campaign chariot, he took a meeting of health officials and discussed the month-long action plan for prevention and public awareness of mosquito-borne diseases. During this, District Malaria Officer Dr. Rakesh Paharia, Civil Surgeon Dr. CB Arora, Dr. Sanjay Jain, Dr. Dheeraj Davande, Dr. DJ Mohanty, Naveen Kumar, Brajesh Mishra etc. were present. CMHO directed that arrangements for exhibition, fever survey and quick treatment should be ensured in Haat Bazar.
Illness decreased in Corona period: Here, the risk of diseases caused by mosquito bites has reduced during the corona infection period, according to the office of the District Malaria Officer, the risk of mosquito-borne diseases has reduced by about 75 percent during the corona period as compared to normal days. The reason for the decrease in the cases of Malaria Dengue Chikungunya is being told due to the seriousness of cleanliness among the people.
The chariot will reach village to village: There is a plan to take the malaria campaign from village to village, District Malaria Officer Dr. Pahariya told that the purpose of the campaign is to make people aware of the measures to prevent and destroy mosquitoes.