Jaipur and Kota have experienced a significant impact from dengue this year, emerging as the most affected districts in the state. In the timeframe from January 1 to November 22, Jaipur recorded a total of 2,050 dengue cases, while Kota reported 2,036 positive cases. Together, these districts contributed to a total of 4,086 dengue cases, making up 32% of the statewide incidents. This highlights a concentrated challenge in these specific regions, warranting focused attention and response efforts.
According to the health department report, the state has seen no dengue-related deaths since September. However, from the beginning of the year until November 22, there have been six reported deaths due to dengue in the state. Notably, Sriganganagar recorded the highest number of cases with 656, followed closely by Barmer with 587 cases, and Alwar with 559 cases during the same period.
Vigilance and continued public health measures remain crucial to address and control the dengue situation in these areas.
Source: Times Of India