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Special Communicable Disease Control Month will be organized from 02 April to 30 April 2022 in Sitapur.
Special Communicable Disease Control Month will be organized from 02 April to 30 April 2022 in Sitapur. The second meeting of the task force was organized under the chairmanship of Chief Medical Officer Dr. Madhu Gairola in the Chief Medical Officer Auditorium.
The Chief Medical Officer has appealed for successful organization of the campaign according to the microplan and cooperation from all the departments in this campaign. He said that under the campaign, health workers should make people aware not to allow mosquito-borne conditions to arise and we have to prevent the spread of diseases like communicable diseases like dengue, malaria, chikungunya, meningitis, for this it is necessary that the patients are at the right time. Fever can be diagnosed and treated.
Patients will be identified in the Dastak campaign
The CMO said that during this campaign it is necessary that the health workers reach door to door and also do the screening. The Health Department is the nodal department in this campaign and the success of the campaign is certain only with the active cooperation of all the departments. Nodal Officer for Communicable Diseases Dr. Surendra Singh said that the Dastak campaign will be run from April 15 to 30.
Like the earlier Dastak Abhiyan, this year also, in the Dastak Abhiyan, ASHA and Anganwadi workers will go door-to-door to make a list of fever patients, influenza-like illness patients, people with tuberculosis symptoms and malnourished children. Along with this, the team will also make a list of such houses, area wise, where mosquito breeding has been found inside the houses, he said. Along with this, ASHA workers will put up stickers at prominent places of the houses where children below 15 years of age or persons with symptoms of tuberculosis have been found.
Card will be placed outside the patients’ house
Under this campaign, people will be made aware of the prevention of communicable diseases by health workers in schools, VHND, Matri Samiti meetings. ASHA workers should make people aware about this and must ensure that if there is fever, do not self-medicate, get the fever tested at the nearest health center. In this meeting, the focus was on sensitization of all the teachers, ward members, ASHA, Anganwadi, health workers etc.