He said the Central scientific advisory committee are studying the recommendations would soon implement them. Important suggestions had been made to prevent breeding of mosquitoes, the official, who works in the committee, said.

Dengue fever in some areas is already a cause for concern among Public department officials and some cases have been reported again in the city and Melur area. However compared to last year the situation was better this year, officials said. The city corporation had formed Special teams to carry out mosquito control activity and fever surveillance, they added.
V Yasodha Mani, City Health Officer said that the department had been directed to focus on schools and colleges after it was found that students of a city School had dengue
Besides fogging machines were being deployed in all wards all school water sumps had been cleaned. In case of suspected dengue, medical officers would have to act swiftly she said

She added that sanitary inspectors are collecting fever data from private hospitals. This consolidated data is regularly sent to the Director of Public Health.


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