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Indore Chief Medical Health Officer Dr BS Sethia
Indore Chief Medical Health Officer Dr BS Sethia  |  Photo Credit: ANI
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games football online,On Saturday, the city had registered 10 new cases. 

Officials have been concerned over the rising cases in the city. Efforts are underway to prevent the spread of dengue, especially due to a gradual rise in numbers here over the past 10 days.,fifa betting rules

Indore Divisional Commissioner Pavan Kumar Sharma told news agency PTI that officials have been directed to launch a campaign to spot and destroy the breeding grounds of larvae of dengue-carrying mosquitoes.,free slots new games

excelsior fc,"We will also ensure dengue test reports are provided to the citizens on the same day of sample collection for treatment to start at the earliest," he said. Only one person has died here of dengue since January this year, officials said.

india league,As per the state health department’s records, more than 2,400 people have contracted the disease this year. Around 95 are currently taking treatment at various hospitals across MP.

casino real money free spins,“More than 2,400 people have been infected by dengue in MP so far since January 1 this year. The admission rate of dengue patients in hospitals is around 20 per cent,” MP programme officer (for control of vector-borne diseases) Dr Himanshu Jayswar told new agency PTI.

Bhopal’s malaria officer Dr Akhilesh Dubey said dengue was earlier mainly reported from urban areas, but it has now spreading in rural areas as well.,free bonus no deposit football bet

“In urban areas, mosquitoes thrive in stagnant water accumulated in objects like coolers, plant pots and trays. Since people in rural areas also have these items now, the infection is being reported from there as well,” he said.,football betting sites in canada

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