The number of dengue cases in the national capital and its adjoining areas has climbed to 55, civic officials said on Thursday.
According to figures from the municipal corporations, 48 cases of dengue have been reported from the capital. The remaining seven cases are from the adjoining areas in Uttar Pradesh and Haryana as of 13 Sep tember. Similarly, 41 cases of malaria have been recorded in the national capital
The civic bodies have taken various measures to control dengue in the city. ‘People are being challaned for mosquito breeding. They are penalised by charging a maximum fine of Rs. 500’, said a civic officer.
Source: millenum post