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  • #31
    Over 750 hospitalised due to dengue in 24 hours in Bangladesh
    ANI | Asia
    Last Updated at September 10, 2019 19:30 IST

    As many as 753 dengue patients have been admitted to different hospitals across Bangladesh in the last 24 hours, Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) on Tuesday said.

    According to the official data released by Bangladesh DGHS, of the 753 patients, as many as 294 patients were admitted in Dhaka while 459 patients were admitted in various districts outside the country's capital.


    A total of 60 dengue patients have died across the country from January 1 till September 10. However, the unofficial death toll is reported to be at 143, so far, reported Dhaka Tribune.
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    • #32
      Death toll from dengue crosses 200
      89pc infected with DEN 3, IEDCR finds Aedes aegypti at Meherpur
      Manzur H Maswood | Published: 00:00, Sep 12,2019



      At least six more people died of dengue on Tuesday and Wednesday with the total death tally reaching 203, the latest casualty of the six was yet to be recorded by the government.

      The Institute of Epidemiology, Disease Control and Research said that it received reports of 197 suspected deaths due to dengue.

      Since January, 78,617 dengue patients were hospitalized across the country, 634 of them in 24 hours ending 8am Wednesday.

      According to IEDCR, this year most of the patients were infected with dengue virus serotype DEN 3.
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      • #33
        1 more dies of dengue in Rajshahi
        Dulal Abdullah, Rajshahi
        Published at 02:17 pm September 14th, 2019

        The unofficial death toll is reported to be over 154


        A woman has died from dengue at Rajshahi Medical College and Hospital (RMCH) while undergoing treatment.

        The deceased is Raushan Ara, 55, a resident of Thakur Daulatput village in Bheramara upazila of Kushtia.
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        A total of 60 dengue patients have died across Bangladesh from January 1 till September 13, according to their own collected data. However, the unofficial death toll is reported to be over 154, so far.

        As many as 1,282 patients are currently receiving treatment in 41 government and private hospitals in Dhaka, whereas 1,618 people are undergoing treatment outside Dhaka, the DGHS data said.

        Since January 1 till September 13, a total of 80,040 people have been affected by dengue.

        Among those admitted, a total of 76,937 have been released from their respective hospitals and clinics after treatment.
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        • #34
          Dengue claims two more lives
          Prothom Alo English Desk | Update: 00:02, Sep 15, 2019

          .Two women died of dengue in Rajshahi and Sirajganj districts on Saturday while 527 new patients were hospitalised across the country in 24 hours until Saturday morning, reports UNB.

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          The deceased is Rawshan Ara, 55, wife of Moslem Uddin of Daulatpur village in Bheramara upazila.

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          In Sirajganj, Nilufa Yasmin, 56, wife of Nurul Islam of Sirajganj municipality area, lost her battle to dengue while being taken to Dhaka.
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          Of the new patients, 156 were hospitalised in Dhaka while 371 in other parts of the country, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS).

          Currently, about 2,996 patients are being treated at hospitals across the country. Of those, 1,285 are in the capital.

          Since the beginning of this year, 80,567 people were hospitalised with dengue, most of them in Dhaka, until Saturday morning. Of them, 77,368 made full recovery.
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          • #35
            Dengue death toll rises to 68 in Bangladesh


            17-Sep-2019
            Dhaka
            Posted 16 Sep 2019
            The Bangladeshi government has confirmed another eight deaths from dengue fever, bringing the total number of fatalities in the country since January to 68, the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) reported on Monday.

            According to the latest figure reported by the DGHS under the Ministry of Health, the deaths included two in April, six in June, 32 in July and 28 in August, Xinhua news agency reported.

            A total of 653 fresh dengue cases, including 193 in Dhaka were reported in the 24 hours till 8 a.m. (local time) on Monday, showed the DGHS data.
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            The total number of dengue fever cases reported in the country so far this year has reached 81,839.IANS
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            • #36
              11-year-old Succumbs to Dengue Fever in Dhaka; Death Toll at 157
              Her condition started to deteriorate over the time and she was rushed to the ICU, where she died on September 17, the report said.
              Trending DeskUpdated:September 20, 2019, 2:06 PM IST

              An 11-year-old schoolgirl has died of dengue fever in Dhaka Medical College and Hospital (DMCH), taking the unofficial death toll by the mosquito-borne disease in Bangladesh to over 157 so far this year.

              Dengue, a vector-borne disease which is prevalent in monsoon and post-monsoon season, is spread by the bite of the female mosquito (Aedes aegypti). Mosquitoes spreading diseases dengue, malaria, chikungunya, Zika virus, Yellow fever and others breed in stagnant water.

              Tarin, a student of grade 5, daughter of daughter of Nasir Talukdar from Ghoshaighat upazila of Shariatpur, died at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of DMCH at 2:46 pm on Tuesday, a report by Dhaka Tribune quoted Bachchu Mia, in-charge of DMCH police outpost, and Tarin's aunt Shahida Begum saying.
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              https://www.news18.com/news/world/11...7-2316459.html
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