Posted on Paju City website, ‘Mosquito Prevention Facility in My Neighbourhood’

Includes the current status of mosquito larval habitats by eup, myeon, and dong Satisfy the right to know and promote autonomous quarantine

▲ Posted on the Paju City website, ‘Mosquito Prevention Facility in My Neighbourhood’

[서프라이즈뉴스] The city of Paju posted the current status of facilities related to mosquito control on the city’s website so that citizens could easily see it.

The posting data is organized so that citizens can roughly know the current status of mosquito larval habitat by eup, myeon, and dong, remote mosquito monitoring equipment and mosquito density, pest control installation location, and automatic repellent sprayer installation location.

In particular, Paju City, a malaria risk area, systematically manages a total of 246 habitats, including ponds and waterways, by operating two larval control teams during the summer season to control mosquito larvae.

In addition, 15 automatic mosquito repellent sprayers and 141 insect repellents are operated in public facilities such as parks, and 12 remote mosquito monitoring devices that can check the density of mosquitoes are operated.

Choi Ho-jin, head of the Health Administration Division, said, “We will continue to regularly post the status of quarantine facilities to satisfy residents’ right to know and promote residents’ voluntary quarantine.” I will try,” he said.

This year, the number of malaria patients nationwide increased by 36.3% from the previous year to 401, but the number of malaria patients in Paju City was 58, an increase of only 3.5% from the previous year.

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