Number of Dengue Cases in Delhi Has Risen to 4,618

by Savitha C Muppala on  November 6, 2013 at 7:33 PM Indian Health News
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New Delhi, Nov 4 (IANS) The number of dengue cases in Delhi has risen to 4,618 from 4,402 on Oct 28, a municipal health official said Monday.

The vector borne disease has claimed six lives but no fatality has been reported in the past week.
 Number of Dengue Cases in Delhi Has Risen to 4,618
Number of Dengue Cases in Delhi Has Risen to 4,618
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An additional 53 cases have been reported from the rest of the National Capital Region.

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In Delhi, most dengue cases have occurred in the north corporation zone (1,958) followed by the south zone (1,373) and east zone (1,163).

Source: IANS
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