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Gone up of dengue cats, the government of Sumberego village Kederi spreads 1,000 beta fish tails

TRIBUNJATIM.COM, KEDIRI – The government of the village of Sumberejo, Ngasem, Kediri Regency, gave away 1,000 beta fish to residents on Friday (25 January 2019).

Efforts are being made to eradicate mosquitoes aedes aegypti the cause of dengue fever.

The Fish Beta Sharing Program was held in the courtyard of the Sumberego village office and was visited by all heads of RT and RA and head of sub-region of Ngazem.

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Each house will receive a division of the Beta fish.

According to Babinsa Sumberejo, Serma Madianto, the number of beta fish distributed to residents reaches 1000 people.

Each RT receives fish according to the number of family heads (KK) in each RT.

One household gets a beta fish.

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While the head of the Ngasem sub-region, Ari Budianto, who attended the event, said the Betta distribution program was carried out in the context of the PSN program.

In addition, Kediri Regency is included in the category of exceptional events (KLB) in the case of dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF).

"Fish insurance is done because Kediri Regency this month is included in the KLB category. So PSN activities should be implemented immediately, which is supported by providing fish farming as prevention, "he explained.

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