Dengue cases continue to raise across Sindh: Health Deptt

Health Sep, 1 2023
Dengue cases continue to raise across Sindh: Health Deptt
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KARACHI: At least 11 dengue fever cases were reported in last 24 hours, quoting Sindh Health Department data. According to Health Department report, majority number of cases in Karachi have been reported in district east, where total of 6 patients have been infected by virus during past 24 hours, meanwhile, District Central reported 4 cases of dengue.

Health Department data showed number of dengue patients increased to 208 in Sindh during last 24 hours, while this month alone, total number of dengue fever cases reached 948 in Sindh.

Moreover, dengue fever cases soared to 771 in Sindh this year while massive rise in spread of mosquito-borne disease was witnessed in August. Total of 170 dengue cases were reported across Sindh in August.

Published in The Daily National Courier, September, 02 2023

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