To prevent dengue, take precautions - be aware and stay healthy with your family.


 What is Dengue?

  • Dengue is a viral fever. Aedes mosquito bites spread dengue fever.
  • Dengue fever can be managed with simple treatment, but sometimes it can be severe.
  • There are usually four types of dengue viruses, so a person can even be infected four times with dengue fever.
  • People who have been infected with Dengue once are at higher risk of becoming severely sick if they are infected again later.


Symptoms of dengue fever

  • A sudden increase in body temperature from 104 degrees Celcius to 105 degrees Celsius
  • Headache, bodyache, pain in the eyes and bones (especially spine), nausea, vomiting, etc.
  • Bleeding beneath the skin and causing rashes on the body surface.
  • Bleeding through the gums, nose, mouth, and anus.



  • In case of dengue fever symptoms, seek immediate medical attention without waiting for a blood test and refrain from taking any medicine without the doctor's advice.
  • Give the patient plenty of fluids and regular food.
  • Keep the patient resting under a mosquito net all the time.
  • Most dengue patients usually recover on their own within five to ten days, but still, the patient must follow the doctor's advice so that no severe complications will occur.



  • Regularly remove stagnant water accumulated around the house
  • Keep the surrounding area clean and tidy
  • Flip the things over that may hold water
  • Be sure to use a mosquito net when sleeping during the day or at night
  • Use mosquito-repellent nets on windows
  • Use mosquito repellent on exposed body areas
  • Use mosquito repellent, spray, or coil
  • Refrain from wearing loose clothing
  • Take  special care of children and aged peopleDengue.jpg

If you need anything related to Dengue, call the National Health Service Call Center at 16263.


Call for Any Emergency AssistanceContact for Additional Information:

National Emergency Services: 999

UNHCR Hotline number (for support related to Rohingya people in the Camps): 16670


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