Written by Zulfick Farzan
10 Aug, 2022 | 8:48 am
COLOMBO (News 1st); 66 MOH (Medical Office of Health) divisions in Sri Lanka have been identified as Dengue High Risk Zones, according to the National Dengue Control Unit.
It stated that the dengue continues to spread rapidly in the areas of Mirigama, Wadduwa, Akmeemana, Balapitiya, Habaraduwa, Hambantota, Weligama, Kuliapitiya and Warakapola.
With the prevailing rainy conditions, the population of dengue mosquito larvae has also increased, it warned.
48,351 dengue patients have been reported so far this year, and most of them have been reported from Colombo district.
That number is 12,441.
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