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Stopping zoonotic diseases during Eidul Azha

By Muhammad Ammar Saleem. Eidul Azha, the Greater Eid, or feast of sacrifice, an important event in Islamic history celebrated every year in the month of Zil-Hajj, is done in order to acknowledge the desire of Ibrahim (AS) to fulfil the challenge of obedience …Read more

Beware the risk of acquiring zoonotic diseases from animal markets before Eidul Azha

Eidul Azha is an important event in Islamic history In doing so they are exposed to number of various zoonotic diseases The history of zoonotic diseases is 10000 years old and in recent
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Stop cattle fattening

It is a common scenario in the countrys cattle market during Eid ul and suffer from many diseases both in the short term and long With this years Eid ul Azha approaching fast the government should take measures to stop this practice given
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Brainstorming sessions US experts help develop plan to control zoonotic diseases

Such diseases spread from animals to humans and each year before Edul Azha authorities are on their toes to monitor Congo Fever which spreads from ticks on cattle to people Besides during rains the biggest zoonosis and upcoming Eidul Azha alerting
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Kamal Government will do everything to control mosquitoes

They will have to perform their duty even during Eid-ul-Azha Everyone must work together to control Aedes mosquito population he added He also urged people to keep their household and surroundings clean to stop the spread of mosquito-borne diseases
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Avoid excessive consumption of red meat during Eid health experts

Health experts have advised people to avoid eating excessive red meat during Eid-ul-Azha as it can increase the risk of various diseases Excessive red meat We the doctors dont stop people from consuming high-calorie food and drinks but as
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Contingency plan designed to deal with rising Congo fever cases

it was informed that most cases of the CCHF are reported between March to May and August to October and there is an increased risk of CCHF virus transmission during Eid-ul-Azha The CCHF generally known as Congo Fever is a zoonotic disease with
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