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Three more people die of dengue as death toll rises to 63

Three more people die of dengue as death toll rises to 63
October 16, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Dengue is still out of control as three more people have died of dengue, including a 26-year-old man and death toll rises to 63 across Pakistan during a year. Dengue virus has been spread all over cities across country and three dengue patients died in Rawalpindi on Wednesday and dozens of dengue patients reported in different hospitals. The spaces of wards in the government-run hospitals have been almost finished. Mohammad Sajid, 26, and Ansa, 60-years-old died in the Holy Family Hospital, four days after he was diagnosed with dengue and admitted to hospital. A woman also died in highly intensive unit of hospital in Karcahi. As many as 192 cases of dengue virus were detected in the last 24 hours in Karachi as 102 cases reported from Rawalpindi. The death toll due to dengue illness has been soared in the province in the last two months. 80 patients were identified in PIMS as many dengue cases have been surfaced from Faisalabad, Sialkot, Mandi Bahauddin, Gujranwala, Faisalabad, Khanewal and Bahawalnagar. On the other hand, the government is completely failed to control the problem of dengue and the authorities are busy in hollow claims. No room in the government hospitals due to the increasing of dengue patients. A day earlier, the dengue fever cases are continuing to increase across Pakistan as only 204 cases of dengue reported in Punjab during last 24 hours on Tuesday. According to the reports, as many as 131 cases of dengue virus were detected in the last 24 hours across Punjab as 144 cases reported from Rawalpindi. The death toll due to dengue illness has been soared in the province in the last two months. Meanwhile, 102 people from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) were also admitted in the hospital and the number of patient in the province increased to 5,331. Earlier, one more dengue fever patient died at the Holy Family Hospital in Rawalpindi. 60-years-old dengue patient, under-treatment in Holy Family Hospital, died as raising the death toll from the deadly disease in twin cities.