Dengue fever risk rising in Bangladesh last few months

The last serotype of the dengue remains. Another dire situation awaits Bangladesh. Four serotypes of the dengue virus. These are known as DEN 1, DEN 2, DEN 3 and DEN 3. All three of the four serotypes have been published for 24 years. Dengue type 3 is more available in laboratory tests this season. Professor Mirzadi Sabrina Flora, director of the Institute of Pathology, Disease Control and Research (IEDCR), said that DEN-2 has been infected more than 25 to 25. At the same time, there was a den at that time. Dengue den 2 serotype is also the most affected in 25. That year a new Dane 3 serotype was found. Dane 2 has suffered more than 20 in the past. At the same time, there was a Dane-1 and Dane-1 serotype. The most common dengue virus dengue serotype has been infected this year. Simultaneously, DEN1 and DEN2 are available.

Professor Sabrina Flora said that if a serotype infected with the dengue virus infects someone, it later acts as a deterrent to the human body. Dengue of the same serotype again enters the body of the same human being, and no harm can be done to it. For example, most dengue patients have been infected with dengue serotype this year. If a mosquito carrying a DEN-5 serotype bites the same person in the future, he will not get dengue unless another serotype enters his body. The Dengue Serotype Dane 3 has not been widely released until now. Serotype den may be dangerous in the days ahead if mosquito repellent activities are not intensified. However, the hope is that this year a large number of mosquito repellent programs have been carried out. As a result, mosquitoes are reduced in the capital. The mosquitoes are expected to be less so as the mosquitoes will not be very much in the years ahead. It is important to note that more than 60 million people in 122 countries are at risk of dengue virus. Of these, people in tropical countries are at highest risk. According to the World Health Organization data, every year 1 million people in the world are infected with the dengue virus.

Professor Sabrina Flora says treatment for Dengue virus can be easy to detect early. Because the disease is preventable. Although there is no specific treatment, it can be cured by management. The IEDCR said that the Aedes mosquito eggs are more likely to grow in the eggs if they receive 3 millimeters of rainfall and the temperature is at least 20 degrees Celsius. Aedes mosquitoes do not hatch at temperatures of 5 degrees Celsius or below. Due to this, the incidence of dengue is less in winter in Bangladesh and the incidence of dengue in summer or monsoon even in autumn. But Professor Sabrina says that from now on, dengue will spread all year long. Therefore, everyone should be careful of mosquitoes. Water that can cause mosquitoes cannot be kept in the vicinity of the house or in the house. The surroundings of the house should be kept clean. On Friday, 12 people have been affected by dengue in the country in the last 24 hours till 12 noon. That’s 5 less than last Thursday. The number of victims was 5 last Thursday. Dengue has been affected by eight thousand people across the country on the first day of this September. The number of victims in the 7 days of September is more than the 7 days of July. On the 7th day of August, the country has been affected by 12 thousand 3, and on the 7th of July, 9,220 have been affected. Yesterday, only 221 people were attacked in the capital and 5 in the rest of the country. The Department of Health reviewed 4 deaths so far and confirmed that five deaths were due to dengue.

Chowgacha (Jessore) correspondent of one of the employees of an organization on the same day said that three officers and employees of an organization were attacked in Dangsubar in three days in Jessore Chowgacha. Divine Group’s Chowagacha Area Manager ASM Hadiyuzzaman Sagar said three divisions of the Divine Group were infected with dengue in three days’ time. The victims are Abdul Hamid, 8, an accountant of Divine Group Chowgacha Branch, security officer Ohidul Islam (3), Saidul Islam (1), a private driver of the Divine Group MD, chief of the doctor Anishuzzaman Nahar’s welfare officer, Aminur Rahman (RM). ), Supervisors Shah-Niamat Ullah (5), field workers Jasmine Khatun (25), Monira Begum (3) Abdullah (23) and Tito Rahman (3). The victims were admitted to various hospitals including Chowgacha Government Model Hospital. With the increasing number of dengue cases per day, there is a panic among the people of the upazila including the municipality. Meanwhile, a seven-seat unit for dengue patients has been opened at the Government Model Hospital in the upazila. Hospital authorities are struggling to provide services because patients are more than capable. In this regard, Dr. Masud Rana, Health and Family Planning Officer of Chowgachha Government Model Hospital, said that dengue patients have started to decline in the capital but there is an increasing number of dengue patients in Chougachha.