Temperatures are going to rise very soon.. Officials say these precautions are wrong – News18 Telugu IG News

Anand Mohan Pudipeddi, Visakhapatnam, News18

Summer Alert: Rains are currently flooding Andhra Pradesh. It has been raining continuously since three days. Even Visakhapatnam was haunted by rains till today afternoon. There is a chance of rain for a few more days. Although the weather is a bit cool at present, the weather department is warning that the temperature will rise drastically in the future. That’s why authorities are taking precautionary measures in Visakhapatnam. MrDistrict Collector Shrikesh Lathkar has directed the officials to create awareness so that people can take proper health precautions to avoid getting sunburned. He said that high temperatures are likely to be recorded for the next two months. People need to be very careful about this. Keeping this in mind, the authorities want to create awareness so that people can take adequate precautions to prevent sunburn.

ZDP CEO Venkat Raman was ordered to set up Chalivendras under the supervision of MPDOs across the district. Panchayat Secretaries Local A.N. In coordination with M., measures should be taken to create awareness among the people about hailstorms and to make adequate ORS packets available.

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Electricity authorities have been ordered to take necessary measures to meet the demand for electricity in summer. Civil supplies authorities should take measures to provide drinking water near every petrol station in the district. The officials were directed to provide adequate ORS packets along with providing sheds and fresh water facility in the area where the rural employment guarantee works are carried out. Also, changes in the working hours of rural employment guarantee work should be examined.

Anganwadi centers should keep ORS and related solvents ready in advance for the convenience of children and pregnant women. There is no shortage of drinking water in all rural areas in R.W.S. Officials should pay special attention. All the schools across the district should ring the bell every two hours and alert the respective schools so that everyone can drink water. Along with providing good water supply without any shortage. DEO S.S.A. should give students a wide understanding about the precautions to be taken. Officers were ordered.

The officials of the wildlife department have been ordered to take measures to ensure that the wild animals do not face any drinking water problems.. by setting up water tanks here and there.. The collector ordered the officials of the railway and RTC departments to take steps to keep the necessary arrangements for first aid and drinking water at the RTC bus stand and railway stations ready.

The officials of the district medical and health department said that steps should be taken to supply ORS packets. The services of 104 and 108 mobile medical vehicles should be expanded in the summer. Medical and health personnel and officials should respond immediately to problems like sunburn and diarrhea and provide immediate services. The records of sunburn cases should be recorded from time to time and the details should be reported to the District Collector.

He said that problems like sun stroke and dehydration caused by high temperature, hot winds in summer are common diseases but if they are not treated at the right time, the problem can become fatal. Keeping this in mind, people should not come out unnecessarily in the summer, if there is urgent work, they should complete it early in the morning. In order not to get sunburned, precautions such as using an umbrella carefully, wearing white, thin handwoven clothes, using a hat or handkerchief on the head, and ensuring that the hot winds are not exposed must be followed.

It is better to drink a glass or more of good water before going out of the house. Drinking lemon juice, coconut water and cool water while walking in the sun can protect you from frostbite. Use of cold drinks and solvents with ice cubes should be reduced. Elderly people, young children, pregnant women and infants should take utmost care.

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