West Bengal: Dengue havoc continues in Bengal, 9 people died in a week in Kolkata and Howrah

Pankaj Prasad
Dengue havoc continues in Bengal
Dengue havoc continues in Bengal

The cases of corona are decreasing, but the cases of dengue are increasing in the areas around Kolkata and Howrah.

West Bengal: Dengue has been wreaking havoc in West Bengal for the last few days. There is a decrease in the cases of corona but the cases of dengue seem to be increasing continuously. Reports of death of dengue patients are coming from Kolkata and different districts one after the other. A dengue patient had died in ward number 106 of Kasba East Road. Not even 24 hours have passed. Another youth has died of dengue in the same ward. Nine people have died in Kolkata and Howrah in a week.

9 deaths due to dengue in last one week

According to the health department of Kolkata Municipal Corporation , people are constantly being made aware. Despite this, dengue cases are increasing in Kolkata and surrounding areas. According to municipal sources, the number of dengue cases in Kolkata city is more than 5500 since last January. Not only this, this mosquito-borne disease has also spread to neighboring districts. Doctors are advising to keep an eye on the health of children during this time. So far 4 dengue patients have died in Kolkata. 5 people died in Howrah.

Dengue is spreading in Salt Lake area too

At the same time, cases of dengue are increasing rapidly in Salt Lake, New Town and Rajarhat. Around 300 cases of dengue have been registered in the last seven days from Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation and adjoining areas. According to the health department data, 401 people were infected with dengue in a single day in the state. According to the data of the Health Department, the maximum number of dengue cases have increased in the Kolkata Municipal Corporation, Howrah Municipal Corporation, Uttarpara and Barrackpore Municipalities in the last one week.

Campaign is being run to make people aware

A continuous campaign is being run by the Kolkata Municipal Corporation to make people aware. Miking is being done. Along with this information is also being given that if fever occurs, then immediately go to the health center of the corporation for dengue and malaria. Get checked.