Bhopal: Dengue cases are now on the rise in Madhya Pradesh. At present, there are increasing number of cases in every district. More than 2400 dengue cases have been reported in the state so far. After this, the State Government has also come into action. In fact, a campaign will be launched across the state on September 15 to conduct a larval survey to reduce the growing outbreak of dengue. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan himself will also participate in the campaign.
Talking about Bhopal, about 10-15 dengue cases are being found every day in the city. In fact, dengue is being tested at AIIMS, BMHRC, JP Hospital, Hamidia and Bairagarh Civil Hospital in Bhopal. If the situation remains the same, the dengue figure may cross 20 per day. Talking about Jabalpur, a woman guard has died of dengue. Dengue is on the rise in Gwalior district. In the last 4 days, 30 children have been surrounded by dengue and more than 15 children are admitted to Jayarogya Hospital alone.
At the same time, 18 patients have reportedly tested positive for dengue in the district in the last 24 hours. The health department says that beds are being provided for dengue wards and patients are also being monitored continuously. Talking about Indore, 10 new dengue cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. The number of dengue cases has now gone up to 139. As per the information received, malaria officials are now directing fogging and cleaning in the street.