LAHORE Punjab Health Secretary Jehanzeb Khan has assigned the task of supervising and monitoring the process of insecticide spray in nine towns to directors health. These directors will work in collaboration with City District Government and send a monitoring report to the health secretary on daily basis. Chairing a meeting held here on Wednesday to review the arrangements for the prevention and treatment of dengue fever, he said that all the provincial monitors would visit the allocated areas to monitor the control and prevention activities. The directors presented their inspection report in the meeting which revealed that stagnant water, heaps of garbage and leakage of water supply pipes were providing safe havens for mosquito growth. Khan will convene a special meeting on Thursday (today) which would be attended by medical superintendents of all the teaching hospitals, EDO Health Lahore, Director Institute of Blood Transfusion, bacteriologist to government of Punjab and all the provincial monitors. The meeting would review provision of diagnostic facilities like ELISA and PCR at all teaching and DHQ hospitals, establishment of isolation wards and separate desk for dengue fever cases and arrangements of cell separators.