104 new dengue cases reported in Islamabad

With 104 new cases, number of total dengue cases has risen to 1,923 in federal capital: Dengue attacks continue unabated in Lahore

By: News Desk
Published: 11:40 AM, 25 Sep, 2022
104 new dengue cases reported in Islamabad
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The spread of dengue seems to have gone out of control in Islamabad, for the city has reported 104 new cases during the last 24 hours, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Sunday.

According to the District Health Officer (DHO), 56 new cases of dengue were reported in urban areas, whereas, 48 cases were reported in rural areas.

With 104 new cases, the number of total dengue cases has risen to 1,923, causing total cases in rural areas to reach 1,150 and those in urban areas to reach 773.

So far, six people have died due to dengue. The number of dengue cases in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) is 292.

There are at least 80 people under-treatment in the Polyclinic Hospital, whereas, the number of patients who are under-treatment in the Capital Hospital is 40.

Dengue attacks continue unabated in Lahore

The attacks of dengue continue unabated in Lahore as the provincial capital has reported 186 new cases on the same day.

According to the Health Department sources, dengue larvae were recovered from 969 places in the city and destroyed.

It has also been learnt that 262 patients, suffering from dengue fever, are under treatment in the hospitals of the city.

Reporters: Kifayat Ali Shah and Azmat Awan