FAISALABAD: A 14-year-old boy, resident of Rawalpindi on Wednesday died of dengue fever in Faisalabad’s Allied Hospital, ARY Information reported.
As per particulars, the boy named Aryan was admitted within the hospital few days again after being recognized with dengue larvae. Aside from this, three different sufferers together with two sisters have additionally been discovered contaminated with the virus.
With the current enhance within the variety of sufferers preventing dengue, the toll of sufferers admitted within the Allied Hospital, this yr has jumped to 27.
It could be famous that greater than 1500 instances of dengue haemorrhagic fever have been reported up to now in Islamabad which signalled the overspread of the mosquito-borne virus within the federal capital
Earlier, Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Well being Dr Zafar Mirza had introduced that free medical therapy and diagnostic amenities will likely be offered to dengue sufferers in any respect the general public hospitals within the federal capital.
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In a press release, Zafar Mirza stated that his ministry was making all-out efforts to forestall and include dengue virus within the federal capital.
He stated, “All hospitals had been totally geared to handle dengue instances.” The particular assistant added that the dengue sufferers introduced from a village contiguous with Rawalpindi have been handled in Holy Household and Benazir Bhutto hospitals.