If the dengue stings occurred after the corona epidemic, then the situation will not take long. Taking this seriously, on Friday, the District Magistrate gave a strong message to the Doonites that if they were allowed to collect clean water around the house or were caught throwing garbage outside the house or in the drain, then a lawsuit under the Disaster Management Act will be filed against them.
Talking to reporters in the video conference hall of NIC, District Magistrate Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava said that the corona in Dehradun is completely under control. Since last June 16, no such case has been revealed, whose medium of infection is not known. At the same time, the dabbling rate is also 61 days. In Dehradun, 14120 per million is being tested, while in the country the number is 8262.
In Dehradun, more than 99 percent of the nearly eight hundred Corona cases reported so far have been infected or have come in contact with migrants. The DM said that many of them were also found infected after the Army and ITBP personnel started returning to duty. The situation is under control at the moment. With the control of Corona now the entire focus is on dengue, for which a campaign with the municipal corporation has been started.
24 fined for waterlogging
On Friday, 24 building owners invoiced seven and a half thousand rupees during the dengue prevention check being done by the Municipal Corporation on dirt and waterlogging. During this period, business establishments and offices including offices, etc. were investigated from ward one to ward twenty. Teams of the Municipal Corporation are investigating on waterlogging and filth on the instructions of Municipal Commissioner Vinay Shankar Pandey. The campaign started on Thursday. On Friday, the city commissioner also gave directions for checking again in the same area, where the action was taken on Thursday.