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Dengue takes 1 more life in Rawalpindi: toll reaches 27

RAWALPINDI, Oct 01 (INP): The dengue virus has claimed one more life in Rawalpindi with total numbers of deaths reaching 27 so far across the country.

As per the hospital administration, the deceased was a 42-year-old man named Chaudhry Karman, who was under treatment in the ward specified for dengue victims.

Earlier, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services Dr. Zafar Mirza said all-out measures were being taken to control the spread of dengue.

Talking to media, he said “our focus is on areas where most dengue cases are reported in Rawalpindi, Islamabad and adjoining areas.” Mirza added that monitoring is being done in areas of Potohar region on a daily basis, Radio Pakistan reported.


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