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Alert for school heads SOPs issued to deal with dengue before monsoon

Alert for school heads, SOPs issued to deal with dengue before monsoon:

Alert for school heads, SOPs issued to deal with dengue before monsoon
There is a fear of dengue mosquito breeding in government schools

The school education department has issued an alert to the school heads before the monsoon and directed to improve the sanitation arrangements in the schools for the prevention of dengue mosquito.

The school education department has issued an alert to the school heads before the monsoon and directed to improve the sanitation arrangements in the schools for the prevention of dengue mosquito.

According to details, the school education department has issued SOPs to school heads to deal with dengue before the monsoon. The letter said that the school heads would clean the classrooms, roofs, toilets and courtyards regularly. Grass will be cut in the lawn of schools and mosquito repellent will be sprayed. Water leakage should be closed and water should not be allowed to stand in the school walls.

Asif Gohar, vice-president of All Teachers Association Municipal Cadre, said that schools do not have funds to stop the spread of dengue mosquito, the last installment of NSB should be released immediately.

It may be recalled that last month the School Education Department had taken notice of the lack of dengue prevention measures in schools. Warning letters were issued to all school heads. District Education Authority Lahore said that Deputy DEOs and AEOs visited schools While the CEO of the Education Authority himself will have to visit the schools.

Strict action will be taken against the heads of schools who do not run anti-dengue campaign. Pictures of anti-dengue campaign will be uploaded on the website of PITB Board.

It may be recalled that this year the Department of School Education had decided to launch an anti-dengue campaign in schools this year. Children will also be banned from wearing half-sleeved shirts. Instructions were also issued regarding anti-dengue campaign in private and government schools.