Now the danger of mosquito-borne diseases: Dengue cases are increasing rapidly in Delhi, 15 more patients come to LNJP Hospital

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After Corona in Delhi, now the threat of mosquito-borne diseases is also looming. For the past few weeks, there has been a steady increase in the number of dengue cases inside Delhi. Meanwhile, 15 new dengue cases have been reported in Delhi’s LNJP Hospital. Along with this, 15 other people who have been admitted to the hospital due to complaints of dengue symptoms, whose reports are awaited.

So far this year 480 cases of dengue have been reported
Dr. Suresh Kumar, Medical Director of the hospital says that for the last few days, cases of dengue are continuously coming up inside the hospital. The biggest reason for which is the additional generation of mosquitoes after the heavy monsoon rains inside Delhi this time, which keeps changing every year. Let us tell you that this year more number of dengue cases are being reported inside Delhi as compared to the last two years.
So far this year, 480 cases of dengue have been reported. 139 cases of dengue have been reported in Delhi last week. Out of all these cases, a large number of cases are such that the corporation has not been able to trace till now. At the same time, the leaders of the BJP governed in the Municipal Corporation of Delhi say that every possible step is being taken by the corporation to curb mosquito-borne diseases in Delhi, but they are not getting support from the Delhi government.


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