TRIBUN-BALI.COM, BADUNG – Although the rainfall is now quite high, the case Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever (DHF) in Badung Regency is observed to continue to decline every month.
This is predicted because people are already concerned about cleanliness ahead of this erratic weather.
Even the Badung District Health Office (Diskes) admitted that until mid-November 2021, dengue cases reached 263 cases.
From the Diskes data, cases decreased every month to only 6 cases in July, August and September 2021.
The Head of the Badung District Health Office, Dr. Nyoman Gunarta, confirmed this.
They admit that at this time dengue cases in Badung began to experience a decline in single digits.
“According to our data, it has decreased every month. Even though the rain conditions are uncertain as it is now,” he said Sunday, November 28, 2021.
Considering the development of mosquitoes aedes aegypti usually happens quickly.
“Aedes aegypti mosquitoes usually nest and lay eggs in clear pools of water. As in homes, these mosquitoes are often found breeding in water reservoirs, such as bathtubs, flower beds, gutters, or drinking places for pets,” he said.