Cases of dengue continue to climb in Islamabad


A sharp increase has been witnessed in the dengue cases in Islamabad. Nearly 111 new dengue cases have been reported during last 24 hours.

As per District Health Officer (DHO), 111 more people were diagnosed with virus in the last 24 hours.

56 cases were reported in rural areas while 55 cases were reported from urban areas. PIMS Hospital has 50 patients, Federal General Hospital has five patients, CDA Hospital has one while private hospitals have 44 patients.

More news:  Islamabad: 194 new cases of dengue reported

DHO Islamabad said that the number of people affected by the virus has reached 4,097. The number of cases in rural areas is 2,369 while the number in urban areas has reached 1,728. Doctors advised that citizens should take precautionary measures as there are chances of increase in the cases.

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