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Dengue cases increasing in Coimbatore says Health department

The health department in Tamil Nadu has heightened its alertness as the number of dengue cases continues to rise in Coimbatore. Dengue, a mosquito-borne viral infection, poses a significant health concern in the region. Authorities are closely monitoring the situation and taking preventive measures to control the spread of the disease.

Efforts such as mosquito control activities and public awareness campaigns are being implemented to educate the community about dengue prevention. Medical facilities and healthcare workers are prepared to handle the increasing number of cases and provide necessary treatment to affected individuals.

The public is advised to take precautions, such as using mosquito repellents, wearing protective clothing, and eliminating stagnant water sources where mosquitoes breed. Collaboration between the health department and local communities is crucial in combating the dengue outbreak and safeguarding public health. Immediate action and vigilance are essential to prevent further escalation of dengue cases in Coimbatore.