Is Your Home Safe From Dengue Mosquito

The Health Department, Government of Sindh has issued the latest safety announcement today on 17th September 2022 in connection with Is Your Home Safe From Dengue Mosquito?. Dengue virus prevention is everyone’s responsibility. Dengue virus patients are increasing rapidly. This virus also grows in clean water collected inside the house.

The Government of Sindh has established dengue emergency wards in various districts, and appeals to the people that without their cooperation it is impossible to get rid of the dengue virus. Come support the Government of Sindh and fulfill the duty of being a responsible citizen.

Dengue Virus Safety 2022 Signs, Preventions, Fever

By keeping your homes, offices, streets and surrounding environment clean and dry, so you can protect yourself and your loved ones from this deadly virus.

Danger Signs:

  • Persistent vomiting and nausea
  • High fever, and bleeding from the ear, back, nose and gums Stomachache
  • Swelling around the neck, pain in the eyes and severe dizziness
  • Period abnormality in women Lack of urination, despite of taking water
  • Blood in stool or urine
  • If these sign occurs, immediately contact the emergency services
Warning!  There is no Vaccines or Immunizations for Dengue Virus.

Preventive Measures Against Dengue Mosquito:

  • Do not allow water to accumulate in or outside the home Install nets on the doors and windows
  • Make it a routine to spray mosquito repellents in the home, office and surrounding environment
  • Solid waste debris and old construction materials should be disposed off immediately
  • Drain water from refrigerators, air conditioners and water coolers
  • Cover the necks of roofs and pots filled with water Wear full-sleeved clothes and socks
  • Precautionary measures are mandatory for 2 to 3 hours before the sunrise and after the sunset

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Dengue Fever:

  • High Fever (for atleast 2 to 7 days)
  • Joint Pain
  • Persistent vomiting and nausea red spots on the skin

Dengue has become epidemic in Sindh, so the Government is requesting the healthy citizens to come forward and donate blood to their nearest hospital or blood bank, because your donated blood can save precious lives.

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Is Your Home Safe From Dengue Mosquito

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