Plan to intensify anti-dengue surveillance drive
FAISALABAD, Aug 22 (APP):Keeping in view the current monsoon spell, the district administration
will intensify the ongoing anti-dengue surveillance campaign in the district.
Presiding over a meeting of District Emergency Response Committee
for Anti-dengue here Monday, Deputy Commissioner Imran Hamid Sheikh
directed the officers concerned to immediately respond to the reports of
dengue larva, if received from any part of the district and timely ensure
its chemical treatment.
He ordered the officers to clean rooftops of offices and cover water tanks.
The DC also directed the entomologists and anti-dengue field teams to
ensure surveillance in their respective areas.
Deploring the poor performance of some departments, he said that
there was no room for negligent officers and staff.
He warned that carelessness and negligence in the campaign would not
be tolerated at any cost. He directed the Assistant Commissioners to
hold meetings of emergency response committee twice a week.
Earlier, District Programme Coordinator Dr Zulqarnain briefed the meeting
about results of indoor and outdoor surveillance and android mobile phone
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