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From the beginning of the year, entomologists had warned that the dengue outbreak was going to be serious this year. Pre-monsoon surveys by DGHS revealed prevalence of Aedes mosquito in almost every area of ​​Dhaka city. Nobody paid attention to that warning. Dhaka is the most densely populated city in the world as well as the most inhospitable city. These make Dhaka an ideal breeding ground for Aedes mosquitoes.

Although our officials have 23 years of experience in dealing with dengue situations, their response every year gives the impression that they are alert. The situation has gone out of control due to the irresponsibility, complacency of those in charge and lack of coordination between the Ministry of Local Government and the Ministry of Health, but he has put the blame on those who are victims of the situation.

A research by Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) on the dengue situation has revealed that government and political initiatives to prevent dengue were not given priority this year. Despite all prior warnings, the campaign against Aedes mosquitoes appears to be a sham. The experience of facing the Covid crisis was not used. Although the DGHS is clearly mandated to play a central role in the fight against dengue, its activities are limited to diagnosis and treatment only.

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