Dengue’s getting serious, says Cavite Vice Gov. Jolo Revilla
Dengue cases aren’t going down in Cavite, and the provincial government is taking more drastic action to address these.
On Facebook, Cavite Vice Gov. Jolo Revilla said Cavite is now under a state of calamity as dengue cases have risen to more than 3,600.
Hopefully, more serious steps would be taken to address the problem.
He also urged Cavite residents to take care of themselves and to make sure their surroundings are clean to avoid contracting the mosquito-borne disease.
Dengue is no joke, which is why the provincial government is taking it seriously!
“Ayon sa Provincial Health Office, nakapagtala na tayo ng may 3,605 kaso ng dengue sa kasalukuyan. Kaya naman, ideneklara natin na ang lalawigan ngayon ay nasa State of Calamity upang kagyat na malutas ang suliraning ito. Hinihikayat din natin ang bawat isa na mag-ingat at panatilihing malinis ang ating mga kapaligiran,” Revilla posted.
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