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AWARENESS SESSIONS TO PREVENT MONSOON DISEASES
By Fr. Babu Varghese SDB
New Delhi, Aug. 5. Every monsoon season, the risk of catching various diseases is extremely high due to unhygienic conditions and not adhering to basic preventive measures.
Awareness Sessions by BOSCO Delhi on prevention of dengue, malaria and chikungunya.
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Awareness Sessions were conducted by BOSCO Health Coordinators on prevention of monsoon related diseases at the different Rohingya sites in Delhi and Faridabad in June and July 2019. Mosquito nets were also distributed at these sites.
The support of the public was sought to prevent the spread of diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya in this monsoon season by spreading the message. Awareness was done to clear stagnant water containers, unattended coolers and potholes which are potential sources of mosquito-breeding.


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