Bangladesh began seeing an upturn in dengue cases from June with the approach of storm. Since August 1, the nation has been seeing more than 200 dengue cases each day.

Of the new dengue cases, 181 were accounted for in Dhaka while the leftover 29 from outside the division, said the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

DGHS representative Prof Nazmul Islam disclosed to UNB that there is plausible that the quantity of dengue cases will rise further in August because of appropriate reproducing conditions.

“Aedes mosquito reproducing expansions in stale water because of substantial downpours in August,” he said.

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As per the DGHS, 931 patients are as of now getting treatment at various emergency clinics the nation over. Of them, 863 patients were accounted for to be conceded to medical clinics in Dhaka and the rest in different divisions.

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About 4,753 patients have been conceded to various medical clinics with dengue since January and 3,808 of them have been delivered after they recuperated.

Up until this point, 14 presumed passings brought about by dengue were accounted for to the Institute of Epidemiology Disease Control and Research (IEDCR) however none of them had been surveyed and affirmed at this point, said the DGHS.

Dengue fever was first detailed in Bangladesh in 2000, asserting 93 lives that year

About 4,753 patients have been conceded to various emergency clinics with dengue since January

Upwards of 210 new patients were hospitalized in 24 hours until Monday morning in the midst of a developing worry over a spike in dengue cases.

Bangladesh began seeing an upturn in dengue cases from June with the appearance of rainstorm. Since August 1, the nation has been seeing more than 200 dengue cases each day.

Of the new dengue cases, 181 were accounted for in Dhaka while the leftover 29 from outside the division, said the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

DGHS representative Prof Nazmul Islam disclosed to UNB that there is plausible that the quantity of dengue cases will rise further in August because of reasonable rearing conditions.

“Aedes mosquito reproducing expansions in stale water because of hefty downpours in August,” he said.

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