Hyderabad: GHMC starts push against vector-borne ailments | Hyderabad News

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GHMC employees assess that the water stagnation points in a home society at Hyderabad

HYDERABAD: To curtail the spread of vector-borne ailments, the Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (GHMC) officials found a driver to get rid of stagnant water from homes on Sunday.
Officials also briefed residents and facility supervisors of home societies seeing preventative measures which will be taken to combat diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya. The information was shared on Whatsapp groups of home societies.
“Physicians’ Colony (Madahapur) and Golf View Apartment are a few among many areas visited by GHMC officials on Sunday. We discovered breeding areas like flower pots and water stagnation points. We clarified to residents and centre managers the need to empty stagnant water,” read a statement issued from the GHMC.
The trip to home societies has been created as part of’Each Sunday 10 moments 10am’ campaign. Included in this effort, individuals should invest 10 minutes each Sunday draining stagnant water which may become a breeding area for mosquitoes, resulting in dengue and other ailments.

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