Indore: Dengue cases on rise, 139 cases found so far
Indore: Dengue cases on rise, 139 cases found so far

Indore: 17 new dengue cases have been found last Sunday. In fact, the total number of patients in the district has now reached 139. As per the information received among all of them, the Health Department has so far taken larval samples from 45,500 locations in the city. It is being reported that dengue patients were found positive in Shubham Palace Colony, Khatiwala Tank, Scheme No.

In addition, dengue cases were found in Rajendra, Clerk Colony, Sai City, Scheme 78, New Gauri Nagar, Scheme 134, Sai City, Old Palasia area of Indore last Saturday. Out of these, Gauri Nagar and old Palasia have reportedly met in the past. The total number of all of them has gone up to 139. Just as patients are growing rapidly, it is being called the Den-2 stage of dengue. Recently, District Malaria Officer Dr. Daulat Patel has said that Den-2 has the same symptoms as Den-1, but when the number of patients starts increasing, it is called the Den-2 Stage.

On the other hand, in view of the increasing number of dengue cases, the malaria department was conducting surveys only in the areas from where the patients were found. Moreover, surveys are not being conducted in other areas. Let us tell you that since January this year, 45,500 households have been surveyed and 938 of them have been found to be dengue larvae positive.

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