The danger of knocking infection disease Due to the withdrawal of flood waters from Ganga-Yamuna, filth has accumulated in the flood-prone areas and urban areas. In many areas hit by the floods, people have started living in their homes again, but due to the marshy roads, people have become a problem. People have cleaned their houses but there is a problem of filth outside the house. On one hand, while the municipal department is talking about cleaning, on the other hand, the sweepers are angry on the ground. Due to filth, there is a danger of spreading infection on the wards.
No spraying of pesticides Shyam Babu Yadav, Bachha Yadav, living in Prayagraj flood-prone area, have alleged that even after the flood waters have receded, no employee of the Municipal Corporation even came here to peep. Mosquitoes have made life difficult. It is also difficult to breathe because of the foul odor emanating from the dirt. This can spread infectious diseases, but insecticides are not even being sprayed. Similarly, no spraying has been done in Kareli, Rajpur, Rasulabad, Phaphamau, Ganga Nagar and many other areas affected by floods. The water has definitely gone away from the flood-affected areas, but the troubles of the people have increased.
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District Officer Sanjay Khatri said that city teams have been deployed in 100 more flood affected villages and 43 urban areas. Apart from this, health teams have also been deployed. The team is working to ensure that the infection does not spread. Apart from this, if a complaint is received, action will be taken.
protect like this While issuing an alert, the Health Department has informed that due to the withdrawal of water in the flood-prone areas, the outbreak of mosquitoes has increased. People living here should use mosquito nets. Apart from this, do not allow water to stagnate near the houses.