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PM urges all to keep their houses clean to prevent dengue

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Yesterday, the country's populace was urged by the prime minister to keep their homes and surrounding places clean to ward off dengue.

At the usual Cabinet meeting conducted in the Prime Minister's Office, she made the decision (PMO).

Later, in the Secretariat, Cabinet Secretary Khandker Anwarul Islam addressed the press regarding the PM's call.

Referring to the Premier, stated that after dengue fever spread, Sheikh Hasina asked everyone to keep their homes clean, especially by preventing water from building up inside and outside of their homes.

According to him, the Aedes mosquito reproduces by laying its eggs on surfaces such as the walls of water-filled containers.

The Cabinet Secretary claimed that the city corporations and other parties involved, including civil aviation, have been told to step up daily anti-mosquito fogging machine spraying.

Additionally, he continued, the city corporations and health ministry have been ordered to coordinate awareness campaigns concerning dengue and the spread of the Aedes mosquito.

When Khandker Anwarul Islam mentioned that the nation has over a thousand dengue patients in 2019, he claimed that as of now, there had been close to 30,000 cases nationwide.

Out of the total, 23,000 dengue patients were reported in Dhaka, 4,000 in Chattogram, 1,600 in Khulna, and 53 in Sylhet.

He stated that as of October 30th, 136 individuals have died from dengue.

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