Government should prepare better to stop malaria next time

Upendra Vahinipati from Bilaspur says the number of deaths due to malaria is increasing every day in the district and government efforts to contain are not seen on the ground. The number of malaria patients these days is so high in the hospitals that is is difficult to serve them. He hopes that next time Government of Chhattisgarh will take better precautions to stop malaria spreading mosquitoes.

Posted on: Nov 29, 2010. Tags: Upendra Vahinipati

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