Monday, May 27, 2013

Colombo Public Health Department To Launch An Indefinite Dengue Inspections In Schools

The Colombo Public Health Department has decided to launch an indefinite inspections to find  Dengue Mosquito Breading Places in all government and private schools located within Colombo City with effect from tomorrow(28) as majority of the dengue patients currently reporting in the city are school children.

According to the statistics around 52% out of the total number of dengue patients reported in Colombo City are school children.these school children are in the age group of 4-20 years the chief medical officer of Colombo City Dr.Pradeep Kariyawasam has said.the emergency inspections are to be conducted in 150 schools located in the city.

MADRID TAKEN OVER BY HUNDREDS OF SHEEP

https://www.bbc.com/news/world- europe-50115974