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Dengue claims one more life in Rawalpindi

RAWALPINDI: Dengue fever on Wednesday claimed one more life in Rawalpindi, taking the death toll from the mosquito-borne disease in the twin cities to 78, this year so far, ARY News reported.

The victim, Attia, 38, a resident of Ghori Town Phase-4, was admitted to the Holy Family Hospital, last week after being infected by the dengue.

Hospital sources said that the woman was suffering from high-grade fever when moved to the hospital and was diagnosed with dengue fever. She was undergoing treatment at the hospital but could not survive, the sources added.

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Earlier on October 18, two more patient had lost there life in the Rawalpindi to dengue fever which had become a pandemic throughout the country.

The two patients had been identified as 22-year-old Talha and 65-year-old Gul Muhammad were under treatment at a holy family hospital of Islamabad.

Moreover, the dengue virus had claimed another life in Karachi that day, taking the death toll to 20 in the Sindh province.





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