LAHORE, Feb 26: All the nurses of Nursing School of Lahore General Hospital have completed dengue training course regarding sensitising general public about safety measures and hygienic environment against dengue.

PGMI and LGH head Prof Dr Tariq Salahuddin said in press release on Sunday that all relevant departments, especially nurses, should disseminate information about cleanliness and other preventive measures against dengue like a passion as it was the most effective weapon against this disease.

Nursing School principal Ishrat Ishaque said that a period regarding dengue training had been fixed for nurses on a daily basis. She said that nurses trained from Thailand were also being consulted for training staff nurses.

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