So far this year 2021 according to National Dengue Control Unit data, about 18,000 dengue cases report and 10 deaths report. Dengue fever increases in Sri Lanka, usually soon after rainfall as rains optimal for mosquitoes breeding. An estimated 400 million dengue infections occur worldwide each year. Always Be ALERT & clean your places and destroy mosquitoes breeding grounds.
Kurunegala, Panadura, Bandaragama, MC Negombo, Kelaniya, Mahara, Ragama, Wattala, Ja-Ela, Moratuwa, MC Colombo, Homagama, Maharagama, Battaramulla, Boralesgamuwa, Kolonnawa, Piliyandala and Dehiwala MOH areas have been identified Dengue high risk zones according to NDCU.