City council promotes Saturday and Sunday, 16 and 17, another phase of "Mutirão against Dengue." The work fight Aedes Aegypt, mosquito and dengue transmitter, takes place in the neighborhoods of the city, including Paraíso, Cabral, Morro do Cruzeiro, Alambari and Castelo Branco. Attention is increased on Saturday, which marks the day-to-day efforts against the city's illness. Already on 18, 19, 20 and 21, sensitive operations population will take place at strategic points of the city.
According to the Dengi Combat Committee, the front was created to carry out the planning of actions aimed at combating disease, on Saturday, approaches are held 8 to 17 hours, in Cabral. Already on Sunday, it's the turn of the population of Paraiso neighborhood to be alerted, from 8 to 14 hours. Apart from the two neighborhoods, the teams will also move over the weekend by: Morro do Cruzeiro, Alambari and Castelo Branco. Still according to the commission, it is estimated that teams visit about 6000 properties. In order for visitors to receive the desired income and results, it is very important that the population open the doors to agents.
The action, which is already considered to be attended by the Municipal Health Secretariat, through the Basic Care Supervision and the Prostitution Control Center (CCZ) and the Municipal Secretariat of Public Works and Services, will receive important reinforcements. The participation of the Red Cross and the military academy of Negras Aguoles in the struggle against the Dengue was approved. Mutirão must count with about 160 professionals, apart from a fleet of heavy machinery. Two backhoes and eight trucks will be used to collect the collected materials from the courtyards and the streets. In addition to the machines offered by the municipality, AMAN will contribute to the availability of two other trucks.
Municipal Health Secretary, Alexander Vieira, again reinforces the importance of the population opening the doors to the mutirão team so that every municipality enjoys with mosquito prevention and dengue transmitter. "The prefecture promotes a very large recruitment, many people are committed to fighting Dengi. The population should once again cooperate and allow the teams to do their jobs," said the secretary.
Another important activity that developed during the muteiro will be the placement of signs in empty lots with the words: "Do not throw garbage on the ground, subject to a fine." The Municipal Secretariat for Public Works and Services is responsible for the performance of the service. The measure is intended to prevent the accumulation of waste and materials that can become water reservoirs.
A D-Day anti-dengue week will also include actions aimed at sensitizing the population and providing information on the risks of providing conditions for mosquito breeding. During the 18th and 19th days, the second and third, the committee teams will be on the promenade of Campos Elíseos, a place with a large flow of people. Already on the 20th and 21st, Wednesday and Thursday, the groups will remain in supermarkets.