Pattaya starts the latest offensive against dengue fever
Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai (center, with phone) sends a crew to visit neighborhoods to fight dengue fever and the Zika virus.
Health workers and volunteers flocked across Pattaya for yet another offensive against pesky disease-carrying mosquitoes.
Deputy Mayor Manote Nongyai dispatched the village health workers’ groups and volunteers on December 15th.
You will visit neighborhoods to spray pesticides, distribute leaflets, and distribute sand to prevent the mosquito population.
Mosquitoes, which can transmit a variety of diseases such as dengue fever, reproduce by laying eggs in stagnant water. The eradication of such water sources is difficult in Pattaya.
But reported dengue cases have increased this year, requiring urgent action from the city and more vigilance from residents to empty buckets and puddle.
The team visited neighborhoods to spray pesticides, hand out leaflets, and distribute sand to prevent the mosquito population.
The number of reported dengue cases has increased this year, requiring urgent action from the city and greater vigilance from residents.
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