Dengue breaks last 5 years record in Delhi

New Delhi: The dengue menace in the country's capital Delhi is no longer going to stop. More than 8,000 dengue cases have been registered in the capital Delhi so far this year. It is worth noting that the dengue cases reported in Delhi this year are the highest in the last 5 years. According to the latest update, 1148 patients have been confirmed to have dengue in the last week.

The number of dengue cases in Delhi has now gone up to 8,276. So far, 9 patients have also died in Delhi due to dengue. However, the buzz is that no person has died due to dengue during the last 3 ha. 89 cases of chikungunya and 167 cases of malaria have been registered in the same Delhi.

What are the symptoms of dengue:-

Dengue begins with high fever, headache, pain behind the eyes
Also, there are sharp joint and muscle pain, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, red marks on the skin.
While the patient does not feel hungry at times, the victim may have severe dengue symptoms after 3-7 days.
Severe abdominal pain, sharp breathing, persistent vomiting, blood in vomiting, blood in urine etc.
Bleeding gums and nose, liver problems, low platelet count, lethargy, restlessness
If anyone does something like this, the victim should immediately contact the doctor and be admitted to the hospital.

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