Increase in number of dengue cases reported in Bikaner

In Rajasthan, dengue, malaria and chikungunya cases are increasing continuously despite the intense heat. A total of 919 instances of dengue, 194 cases of malaria, and 79 cases of chikungunya have been reported in the last few months, according to data released by the Rajasthan Health Department. The state’s Bikaner district has the highest number of cases registered. There are 211 cases of dengue and 14 cases of malaria and chikungunya here. However, there are several districts in the state where no dengue, malaria, or chikungunya cases have been found.

Fever, headache, fatigue, redness under the eyes, stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea and anemia are some of the symptoms that may be associated with dengue.

People are being educated on how to clean and dry coolers, refrigerator trays, garbage, trays beneath flower pots, bowls used in everyday life, and how to avoid mosquito-borne infections. Do not allow mosquitoes to nest in the house. Do not allow water to form anywhere. Keep your whole body covered. If you see any indications of disease, contact a doctor immediately.