1,510 dengue cases reported in Karachi
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed health department to take necessary measures to provide dengue kits...
Malakand division: 32 more dengue cases reported
BAn official of the Health Department on Sunday has confirmed the incidence of 32 dengue cases in Malakand Agency....
37 more dengue cases surface in Karachi
Karachi: As many as 37 more dengue viral fever cases were reported from Karachi city in a week increasing...
1,510 dengue cases reported in Karachi
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has directed health department to take necessary measures to provide dengue kits to Tharparkar and Karachi for timely cure in increasing cases of dengue. He was presiding over a meeting on health services here at the CM House. The meeting was attended... Read more
Malakand division: 32 more dengue cases reported
BAn official of the Health Department on Sunday has confirmed the incidence of 32 dengue cases in Malakand Agency. Dr Naveed said the number of dengue patients rose to 292 after 32 more cases were reported in various parts of Malakand Agency. He added the patients were admitted to... Read more
Number of dengue cases in 2015 rises to 1,169 in Karachi alone
Karachi has registered 155 new cases of dengue fever during the current week bringing the total number of patients to 1,169 this year, said Dr. Masood Solangi Sindh Manager for Dengue Prevention and Control Program said here in Karachi earlier today. Sharing latest data with the media he said... Read more
37 more dengue cases surface in Karachi
Karachi: As many as 37 more dengue viral fever cases were reported from Karachi city in a week increasing the patients toll to 701 in 2015. According to a report issued by Dengue Prevention and Control Program Sindh, at least 37 more dengue fever cases surfaced in the city... Read more
Seven more dengue cases confirmed in Lahore
Another seven dengue cases have been confirmed in Lahore, increasing the toll of affected patients to 53 in Punjab this year. The patients are under treatment at Lahore’s Mayo Hospital. The illness is spreading across the Punjab because of poor hygiene conditions, and heavy monsoon rain provides ideal conditions... Read more