DCO re­views anti-dengue ar­range­ments

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

RAWALPINDI—Dis­trict Co­or­di­na­tion Of­fi­cer Talat Mehmood Gon­dal on Mon­day di­rected the de­part­ments con­cerned to re­main alert dur­ing Eid hol­i­days and take ev­ery pos­si­ble steps to con­trol dengue.

Pre­sid­ing over a meet­ing here, to re­view ar­range­ments made to pre­vent dengue larva breed­ing, he di­rected all de­part­ments con­cerned to keep a close li­ai­son with each other to wipe out the out­break threat of dengue.

He said sit­u­a­tion re­gard­ing dengue in Rawal Town is bet­ter as com­pared to pre­vi­ous year due to con­sis­tence ef­forts of the depart­ment con­cerned.

He di­rected the health of­fi­cers to in­duct trained per­son­nel in teams con­sti­tuted for the pur­pose, adding that anti dengue brigades should be ac­tive and vi­brant.

The meet­ing was at­tended by of­fi­cials of health, Rawal Town and RSWMC depart­ment.—APP

CADD Sec­re­tary Has­san Iqbal, Chair­man of the Board of Man­age­ment Rawalpindi Med­i­cal Col­lege and Al­lied Hos­pi­tals Dr. Muham­mad As­lam and Vice Chan­cel­lor Pak­istan In­sti­tute of Med­i­cal Sciences, Dr Javed Ikram dis­tribut­ing Eid gifts among the PIMS em­ploy­ees.

SP Rawal Town hand­ing over the keys of car to its owner dur­ing a cer­e­mony at Chowki Khaya­ban Sir Syed in lim­its of Po­lice Sta­tion, Pir­wad­hai.

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