Post monsoon is the perfect breeding times for Dengue inflicting mosquitoes. Delhi has already been gripped with this fear. The number of Dengue cases is on a spike. There aren’t enough beds in hospitals to accommodate patients. This has led to a phase where 2-3 patients are forced to share beds. Relief India Trust requests Delhi to take charge of the situation. Prevention is always better than cure. And with a disease like Dengue, this is certainly paramount. The problem should be dealt at the root cause. The mosquitoes shouldn’t breed in the first place. The government since long has been apprising people of the ways with which they can keep Dengue disease to a bay but maybe people and civic authorities have turned a deaf ear to this. And this is costing us a great deal.
Relief India Trust has taken enough care to make sure the kids at our centers are shielded from the disease. They are being made wear full sleeves shirts and use mosquito repellant creams. We have also made sure there is no stagnant water anywhere near the center. This is what each one of us needs to do. NO stagnant water! We will also try to spread more awareness among people and will help the patients by offering medical assistance possible.
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