Dengue In Delhi: The danger of dengue is increasing in Delhi, know when it is more dangerous

Dengue infection is spread by DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4 viruses. These four viruses are called serotypes. These viruses affect the human body in different ways.

New Delhi: On one hand the corona epidemic has wreaked havoc in the country, while now the cases of dengue and viral fever are increasing rapidly. Now the cases of dengue have started increasing in the capital Delhi. Dengue cases are increasing here every week. Dengue cases are increasing every day for the last three weeks. Not all dengue patients need to be hospitalized. This situation is not only in Delhi but in the whole country. Dengue cases are increasing rapidly in every state.


How is dengue spread?

Dengue infection is spread by DEN-1, DEN-2, DEN-3 and DEN-4 viruses. These four viruses are called serotypes. These viruses affect the human body in different ways. The variants of different viruses can infect you with viruses again and again. The havoc of dengue is often seen during the monsoon. Although many times dengue spreads its feet even during winters. But this time dengue cases have started increasing very much.


When is dengue dangerous?

According to doctors, dengue cases become more dangerous in two situations. The first is if your blood pressure decreases. Second, if platelets fall in your blood. In such a situation the risk of bleeding increases.


How to defend?

Dengue is a disease spread by mosquitoes and it is very important to prevent it. To avoid dengue, it is important to avoid mosquito bites. In this way you can cover your whole body. Wearing full-sleeved clothes and shoes came out. At the same time, do not allow water to accumulate around the house or in the cooler for a long time, keep cleaning them from time to time. Because dengue mosquitoes breed in dirty water. In addition, mosquito nets should also be used.