For the first time in Leon, 700 tons of pots were removed, which are potential breeding sites for mosquitoes carrying Dengue.
In order to destroy all the pots accumulated at home, Leon’s Integrated Public Toilet System worked multilaterally with the Minister of Health of Guanajuato, the General Directorate for Social and Human Development, the Municipal Health Administration, the Municipal Housing Institute and the General Directorate for Social Communication to disseminate, visit and publicize the importance of Descacharrización for the prevention of dengue in the colonies of Leon.
During this year, citizens were concerned about the breeding of the mosquito carrying Dengue, so from Monday to Saturday the attention program was extended to remove pots from their home, such as cups, buckets, bottles and all waste for the weather was collected by the authorities.
Some of the 190 colonies are Leon I, Margarita, San Felipe de Jesus, Los Angeles, Las Americas, Dies de Mayo, Santa Maria de Sementos, Los Olivos, Lomas Vista Hermosa, Nueva Candelaria, Chapalita, San Sebastian and Medina. attended during these months.
With the rainy season, water accumulations, bottles, tires, or unused buckets began to gather in many homes, leading to a greater spread of mosquitoes in the districts.