New Delhi, October 18: The seventh week of the ’10 week, 10 o’clock, 10 minute’ campaign being run against the dengue by the Delhi government will encourage shoppers to stop mosquitoes from growing around their shops. The Delhi Government has appealed to all the shopkeepers to take only 10 minutes out of their precious time every Sunday at 10 am and inspect their shops and surrounding areas and collect to prevent breeding of dengue mosquitoes. Change or dry clean water.
Kejriwal will also encourage all the shopkeepers of Delhi to participate in the ’10 week, 10 o’clock, 10 minute’ campaign. He said, “With the collective efforts of all Delhiites, we have to stop breeding of dengue mosquitoes and protect our family and entire Delhi from dengue. Inspecting the surrounding market areas and our shops, along with the shopkeepers as well as their customers Will also be safe from dengue. ”
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Last week, the Chief Minister had said, “My family has also joined this campaign this time in the campaign against dengue. We checked our house and changed the accumulated clean water. You should also include your family in this campaign . We have to defeat dengue together under the ’10 week, 10 o’clock, 10 minute, every Sunday, dengue war’ campaign. ” This year, the Delhi government has started helpline number 011-23300012 and WhatsApp helpline 8595920530 to help dengue patients.
The Delhi government has appealed to the people to change the clean accumulated (stagnant) water collected in the house every Sunday under the campaign. Dengue mosquito thrives in clear stagnant water. Water stored in utensils, coolers, AC, tires, vase etc. should be emptied every week and replaced. It has been said to put oil / petrol in the accumulated water, so that a small layer can be formed on the water. Always keep the water tank covered with a lid. People of Delhi, after inspecting their homes, call their 10 friends regarding the campaign. Dengue can be eradicated from Delhi with the cooperation of all.