RAWALPINDI: The dengue virus has claimed one other two lives in Rawalpindi, taking the loss of life toll to 28 within the metropolis, ARY Information reported on Sunday.
As per particulars, the primary sufferer was 12-year-old Sajid, who was beneath remedy within the ward specified for dengue victims Benazir Bhutto Hospital. The opposite loss of life was reported from Holy Household Hospital.
Earlier in the present day, one other individual died of dengue fever in Karachi, taking the loss of life toll from the mosquito-borne illness within the metropolis to 14 this 12 months.
25-year-old Shehzad, a resident of Landhi space, was beneath remedy on the Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC) for the previous few days.
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Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Nationwide Well being Providers, Dr. Zafar Mirza earlier on Friday mentioned as many as 19,000 sufferers affected by dengue fever have been discharged from varied hospitals after being given one of the best medical services throughout the nation.
“The federal government is dedicated to eliminating dengue from Pakistan as 19,000 sufferers stand recuperated, to date,” he mentioned.
The mosquito-borne illness which can show deadly if not recognized and handled in time has unfold quickly all through Pakistan and has prompted critical concern among the many lots.