Prevent Dengue
It is a mosquito borne tropical disease caused by the dengue virus.. Maximum output with some simple thoughts...
Avoid getting mosquito bites
Use insect repellent on uncovered skin surfaces when outdoors, especially during the day. When using sunscreen, apply it before insect repellent. Repellents containing 30% to 50% DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) are recommended for adults and children over 2 months of age and effective for several hours. Repellents with lower amounts of DEET offer shorter-term protection and must be applied more often.Repellents containing up to 15% picaridin, which must be applied often, are available in the US. Repellents with higher concentrations of picaridin may be available in some regions outside the US.

Know which geographies have dengue
Apply Mosquito Repellants
Avoid mosquito attracting smells
Clear and Remove Stagnant Water
Wear Protective Clothing
Cover Open Tanks
Cover your skin as possible
Avoid getting mosquito bites
Change Water Everyday
Avoid Pot Plates
Reduce mosquito habitat
Scrub and Clean Container Margins
Use mosquito repellent
Keep Doors Closed Use Window Screens
General Cleaning Once A Month
Know the time dengue mosquitos bite
Use Mosquito Nets at Home
Use mosquito deterrents in the home
Know the enemy

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    1. Take the thin buds of banana leaves. Bandage directly on affected areas. Tie the upper part for two days and then lower parts for two more days. burns, scar.
    2. Boil 1 cup neem bark (neem ki khal) in 4 cups water. Remove from fire and shake liquid. Apply the emerging froth on the affected area. Repeat several times and for several days.
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