Dengue uncontrollable in Haryana

Chandigarh: Uncontrollable dengue has also broken a 7-year record in Haryana this time. For the first time since 2015, the number of dengue cases has crossed 10,000. The serious thing is that the cases are still not going down. On an average, 150 new cases are coming up every day. 7 districts have become dengue hotspots. These include fatehabad, panchkula, hisar, sirsa, sonepat, kaithal and ambala districts.

Samples of 80814 people have been collected in the state so far. Samples of 500 people are being collected daily. Talking about the patients, four patients have died of dengue in the state so far. One patient each has died in Panchkula, Fatehabad, Hisar and Noonh. While 348 patients are hospitalized.

Claims by the Health Ministry to make Haryana malaria free were also dashed this time. So far, 54 malaria cases have been reported in the state. 12 more chikungunya patients have been diagnosed with Japanese fever. Mewat has reported the highest number of malaria cases.

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