KARACHI: Dengue fever on Friday claimed one other life in Karachi, taking the dying toll from the mosquito-borne illness to 36, this yr to date, ARY Information reported.
As per particulars, a girl recognized as Hajra was present process therapy at a personal hospital of Karachi the place he breathed his final, immediately.
Hospital sources mentioned that the lady was affected by high-grade fever when she moved to Karachi’s hospital and was recognized with dengue fever. She died throughout therapy.
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Earlier on November 12, a three-year-old boy and 32-year-old Nadir had additionally succumbed to dengue fever within the metropolitan.
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail had inaugurated an anti-dengue marketing campaign in Karachi on Monday the place he had introduced the institution of camps to conduct free blood exams of the residents.
Whereas inaugurating the marketing campaign, Governor Ismail had introduced that anti-dengue spray might be made throughout the metropolis whereas camps have been being established to conduct free dengue take a look at which prices no less than Rs1600 in laboratories.
He had mentioned that firms have been stepping ahead to put money into Pakistan. Ismail had mentioned that the residents had been facilitated to bear free blood exams for dengue illness.