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Delhi health minister reviews preparedness of city's govt hospitals to tackle dengue cases

Bharadwaj held a meeting on tackling the vector-borne disease with medical directors and superintendents of city government-run hospitals.
Last Updated : 08 July 2024, 14:38 IST

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New Delhi: Delhi Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj on Monday reviewed preparations for tackling dengue in the national capital and issued directions to take preventive measures.

Bharadwaj held a meeting on tackling the vector-borne disease with medical directors and superintendents of city government-run hospitals.

In a post in Hindi on X, he said, "Held a review meeting with medical superintendents and directors of all Delhi government hospitals regarding dengue cases during the rainy season." "Detailed information was sought about the availability of medicines in hospitals, arrangement of beds for dengue patients and other preparations. Instructions were also issued to take necessary steps to prevent dengue," he said in the post.

Bharadwaj convened a meeting of all Delhi government departments to discuss preparations for handling dengue cases.

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Published 08 July 2024, 14:38 IST

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