Rawalpindi’s dengue cases reach 94


The total tally of dengue cases in Rawalpindi had reached 94 cases, with the arrival of eight more patients during the last 24 hours.

District Coordinator Epidemics Prevention and Control(DCEPC) Dr Sajjad Mehmood Tuesday said that among the new cases, three were reported from Chak Jalaldin, two from Dhama Syeda in the Potohar town area, while one each case had arrived from Rawalpindi Cantonment, Taxila Cantonment and Islamabad area.

He informed that around 85 dengue fever suspects had been brought to the district’s health facilities during the last 24 hours, out of which eight tested positive.

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