Environmental Protection Agency Reduces Danger of Dengue in Rawalpindi

Dengue Virus in Rawalpindi Pakistan

RAWALPINDI – During the drive against lethal disease, 50 potential cites of dengue-breeding-beds have been permanently destroyed by the teams of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

According to an official statement released by the EPA, a total of 315 cities were being inspected during the drive.

Agency maintained that there were 213 tyre shops, 76 junkyards, two plant nurseries and 24 under construction cites. 265 places were declared safe while only six places were sealed until precautionary measures were implemented.

Agency also stated that the teams were also updating dengue progress images and details on dengue android software. “EPA is utilizing all available resources to stem the spread of the dengue virus,” it read further.


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