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Zika Virus In UP: How will the rising cases of Zika virus be controlled, CM Yogi convened a high level meeting

Zika Virus In UP: Yogi Adityanath has expressed concern over the increasing cases of Zika virus in UP and how to control it. A high level meeting has been called regarding this.

Zika Virus In UP: The rising cases of Zika virus in Uttar Pradesh has raised the concern of UP CM Yogi. The cases of Zika virus have risen to 79 in UP’s Kanpur, prompting Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to convene a high-level meeting to discuss measures to prevent the spread of the virus. There was no relief from Corona that now the spread of Zika virus in UP has started troubling the Yogi government.Also Read – UP News: CM Yogi will send 11-11 thousand rupees to the account of two and a half crore people today, know whether you will get it or not.

State health officials said that 13 fresh cases were reported in Kanpur on Saturday, taking the total number of Zika virus cases in Uttar Pradesh district to 79. Also Read – Zika virus Update: 30 new patients of Zika virus in Kanpur, total number of 66

“Kanpur District Magistrate Visakh G. Told that to deal with the outbreak of Zika virus in UP, the RRT (Rapid Response Team) of the Health Department is visiting the homes of every such patient in whose area cases of Zika virus have been found. Samples are being taken to test the virus and apart from making people aware of this disease, measures are also being taken to take precautions. Also Read – Inspector made a video of raping a newlywed who went to complain about her husband, threatening and robbing her for several months

The Chief Minister chaired an important meeting on Saturday in view of rising cases of Zika virus and directed the officials to expedite the sanitation work.

He said, ‚ÄúZika virus infection is spreading rapidly in Kanpur. In view of its seriousness, special caution is needed. Full arrangements should be made for the treatment of its patients in all hospitals. The health of each patient should be continuously monitored.”

The Zika virus is transmitted by the bite of the Aedes aegypti mosquito, which is also a carrier of dengue and chikungunya. Its most common symptoms are fever, body aches, rash, conjunctivitis, muscle and joint pain, malaise or headache.

According to the World Health Organization, symptoms usually last for two to seven days and most people infected do not develop symptoms.

Let us tell you that in the month of August, Maharashtra recorded the first case of Zika virus infection. Earlier this year only cases of Zika virus infection were reported in Kerala.


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