This year, at least 66 malaria cases have been reported in Delhi, more than twice as many as are affected by dengue published on Monday showed.
Dengue and malaria cases reported in Delhi-NCR: In the current year, at least sixty-six malaria cases have been reported in the state capital. A municipal report showed on Monday that more than twice as many citizens are affected by dengue. In June, however, 57 of these malaria cases were registered.
According to the report, 27 cases of dengue have been reported by July 13, 2019. It was classified as follows:
- June: sixteen cases
- May: three cases
- April: two cases
- March: four cases
- February: one case
- January: one case  Note: The registration of cases of vector-transmitted complaints is usually between July and November, but may take until mid-December.
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Cases were registered in the following months:
- May : eight cases
- April: one case
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- June: Nine Cases
- May: a case
- April: a case
- March: a case
- February: two cases
In 2018, the dengue victims included a small boy as well.
- Health experts have suggested taking precautionary measures to ensure that mosquito larvae do not develop around them. The doctors also asked citizens to wear full sleeves and use mosquito repellents and nets.
- Water coolers should be completely dry (when not in use). In such places mosquitoes usually develop with the dengue virus.
- The workshop was organized by several authorities to prevent vector-related diseases.
Legal information was distributed to households this year. how about 40,000 households have been reported to have the problem of mosquito breeding.
Meanwhile, mayor Anju of East Delhi said that from July 17 to 19 (the next three days) the following programs will be conducted by city councils in all parts of Delhi.
- Awareness campaigns against malaria
- Awareness campaigns against Chikungunya
Dengue cases in 2018
- December: 141 cases
- November: 1,062 cases
- October: 1,114 cases
- September: 374 cases
- August: 58 cases
- July: 19 cases
- June: 8 cases
- May: 10 cases two in
- April: 2 cases one in
- March: one case  February: 3 cases
- January: 6 cases
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Written by: Tavishi Dogra
Source: Onlymyhealth Editorial Team July 16, 2019