Tuesday Jan 14, 2020
RAWALPINDI: The District Health Authority on Tuesday announced that some 1,300 officials would be given a two-month long training session at the city's Government Muslim High School No. 1 to cater to the prevailing dengue fever in the region.
The district health officer, Dr Zeeshan Khurram, told APP that as the city faced the worst dengue outbreak, the provincial health authorities had decided to train health workers and officials from other concerned departments.
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Dr Khurram said the officials would be trained to create awareness among the people on dengue prevention. The training course on the clinical management of dengue fever will be held from January 15 to March 15.
He added that comprehensive arrangements are being made to combat the threat of dengue in 2020.