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  • #16
    From the latest NHM report to July (report date August 17); (+change since Aug 10 report);

    39,631 (+2,361) RDT positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (198 (+44)), Andhra Pradesh (2,812 (-27)), Arunachal Pradesh (86 (+27)), Assam (1,909 (+1,555)), Bihar (96 (+15)), Chandigarh (703 (unchanged)), Chhattisgarh (126 (+6)), Delhi (991 (+33)), Goa (43 (unchanged)), Gujarat (164 (+3)), Haryana (5 (unchanged)), Himachal Pradesh (47 (unchanged)), Jharkhand (5 (unchanged)), Karnataka (13,089 (+169)), Kerala (7,679 (+88)), Lakshadweep (14 (unchanged)), Madhya Pradesh (61 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (4,609 (+292)), Meghalaya (131 (+6)), Mizoram (12 (+2)), Nagaland (396 (+39)), Odisha (91 (-9)), Puducherry (8 (unchanged)), Punjab (18 (+16)), Rajasthan (1,536 (unchanged)), Tamil Nadu (139 (+2)), Telangana (864 (+2)), Tripura (2 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (1,480 (+76)), Uttarakhand (396 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (1,921 (+22)).


    11,095 (+360)) ELISA positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (23 (unchanged)), Andhra Pradesh (482 (unchanged)), Arunachal Pradesh (176 (unchanged)), Assam (203 (+48)), Bihar (6 (unchanged)), Chandigarh (55 (+4)), Chhattisgarh (5 (unchanged)), D&N Haveli (38 (unchanged)), Daman & Diu (1 (+1)), Delhi (344 (+89)), Goa (94 (unchanged)), Gujarat (582 (+22)), Haryana (61 (unchanged)), Himachal Pradesh (12 (+2)), Jharkhand (1 (unchanged)), Karnataka (4,467 (unchanged)), Kerala (991 (+34)), Madhya Pradesh (17 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (1,160 (-199)), Meghalaya (6(unchanged), Mizoram (1 (+1)), Nagaland (17 (unchanged)), Odisha (74 (+21)), Puducherry (63 (unchanged)), Punjab (12 (+1)), Rajasthan (58 (+5)), Tamil Nadu (330 (+50)), Telangana (298 (unchanged)), Tripura (79 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (34 (unchanged)), Uttarakhand (6 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (1,399 (+241)).


    64 (+3) deaths distributed as follows; Assam (1(unchanged)), Chandigarh (1(unchanged)), Delhi (2 (unchanged)), Gujarat (1 (+1)), Karnataka (36 (unchanged)), Kerala (5 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (14 (+2)), Rajasthan (1 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (3)
    https://nrhm-mis.nic.in/hmisreports/...d_reports.aspx

    Comment: It is likely that these case numbers are undercounts. For example to August 20th, Kerala's Directorate of Health Services has reported 2,101 confirmed cases with an additional 5,796 suspected with 10 confirmed and 9 suspected fatalities. To August 7th, Karnataka has reported 28,741 suspected cases.
    http://dhs.kerala.gov.in/pdf2019/drcd_20082019.pdf
    https://www.karnataka.gov.in/hfw/nhm...19-08-2019.pdf
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    • #17
      From the latest NHM report to July (report date August 24); (+change since Aug 1 report);

      41,155 (+1,524) RDT positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (198 (unchanged)), Andhra Pradesh (2,781 (-43)), Arunachal Pradesh (86 (unch)), Assam (2,446 (+537)), Bihar (96 (unch)), Chandigarh (703 (unchanged)), Chhattisgarh (120 (-6)), Delhi (1,454 (+463)), Goa (43 (unchanged)), Gujarat (164 (unch)), Haryana (5 (unchanged)), Himachal Pradesh (56 (+9)), Jharkhand (5 (unchanged)), Karnataka (13,532 (+443)), Kerala (7,722 (+43)), Lakshadweep (14 (unchanged)), Madhya Pradesh (61 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (4,414 (-195)), Manipur (13 (+13)), Meghalaya (131 (unch)), Mizoram (12 (unch)), Nagaland (396 (unch)), Odisha (174 (+83)), Puducherry (11 (+3)), Punjab (18 (unchanged)), Rajasthan (1,683 (+147)), Tamil Nadu (150 (+11)), Telangana (880 (+16)), Tripura (2 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (1,480 (unch)), Uttarakhand (396 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (1,921 (unch)).


      12,673 (+1,578)) ELISA positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (23 (unchanged)), Andhra Pradesh (482 (unchanged)), Arunachal Pradesh (178 (+2)), Assam (333 (+130)), Bihar (6 (unchanged)), Chandigarh (55 (unch)), Chhattisgarh (5 (unchanged)), D&N Haveli (38 (unchanged)), Daman & Diu (1 (unch)), Delhi (485 (+141)), Goa (94 (unchanged)), Gujarat (582 (+unch)), Haryana (61 (unchanged)), Himachal Pradesh (23 (+11)), Jharkhand (1 (unchanged)), Karnataka (4,672 (+205)), Kerala (991 (+unch)), Madhya Pradesh (17 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (1,413 (+253)), Manipur (2 (+2)), Meghalaya (6(unchanged), Mizoram (1 (unch)), Nagaland (17 (unchanged)), Odisha (156 (+82)), Puducherry (66 (+3)), Punjab (38 (+26)), Rajasthan (62 (+4)), Tamil Nadu (342 (+12)), Telangana (298 (unchanged)), Tripura (79 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (34 (unchanged)), Uttarakhand (6 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (2,096 (+697)).


      62 (-2) deaths distributed as follows; Assam (2(+1)), Chandigarh (1(unchanged)), Delhi (2 (unchanged)), Gujarat (1 (unch)), Karnataka (36 (unchanged)), Kerala (5 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (11 (-3)), Rajasthan (1 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (3 (unchanged)).
      https://nrhm-mis.nic.in/hmisreports/...d_reports.aspx

      Comment: It is likely that these case numbers are undercounts. For example to August 27th, Kerala's Directorate of Health Services has reported 2,277 confirmed cases with an additional 6,134 suspected with 11 confirmed and 9 suspected fatalities. To August 27th, Karnataka has reported 31,781 suspected cases.
      http://dhs.kerala.gov.in/pdf2019/drcd_27082019.pdf
      https://www.karnataka.gov.in/hfw/nhm...27-08-2019.pdf
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      • #18
        From the latest NHM report to July (report date August 31); (+change since Aug 24 report);

        44,976 (+3,821) RDT positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (198 (unchanged)), Andhra Pradesh (2,613 (-168)), Arunachal Pradesh (86 (unch)), Assam (2,446 (unch)), Bihar (96 (unch)), Chandigarh (1,039 (+336)), Chhattisgarh (120 (unch)), Delhi (1,454 (+unch)), Goa (43 (unchanged)), Gujarat (164 (unch)), Haryana (110 (+105)), Himachal Pradesh (56 (unch)), Jharkhand (5 (unchanged)), Karnataka (17,020 (+3,488)), Kerala (7,722 (unch)), Lakshadweep (22 (+8)), Madhya Pradesh (61 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (4,403 (-11)), Manipur (13 (unch)), Meghalaya (138 (+7)), Mizoram (12 (unch)), Nagaland (397 (+1)), Odisha (215 (+41)), Puducherry (11 (unchanged)), Punjab (18 (unchanged)), Rajasthan (1,684 (+1)), Tamil Nadu (151 (+1)), Telangana (880 (unch)), Tripura (2 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (1,480 (unch)), Uttarakhand (396 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (1,921 (unch)).


        13,506 (+833)) ELISA positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (102 (+79)), Andhra Pradesh (482 (unchanged)), Arunachal Pradesh (178 (unch)), Assam (333 (unch)), Bihar (6 (unchanged)), Chandigarh (91 (+36)), Chhattisgarh (5 (unchanged)), D&N Haveli (38 (unchanged)), Daman & Diu (1 (unch)), Delhi (485 (unch)), Goa (94 (unchanged)), Gujarat (582 (unch)), Haryana (68 (+7)), Himachal Pradesh (23 (unch)), Jharkhand (1 (unchanged)), Karnataka (5,369 (+697)), Kerala (991 (unch)), Madhya Pradesh (17 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (1,413 (unch)), Manipur (2 (unch)), Meghalaya (8(+2), Mizoram (1 (unch)), Nagaland (17 (unchanged)), Odisha (175 (+19)), Puducherry (66 (unch)), Punjab (38 (unch)), Rajasthan (62 (unch)), Tamil Nadu (342 (unch)), Telangana (298 (unchanged)), Tripura (79 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (34 (unchanged)), Uttarakhand (6 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (2,099 (+3)).


        69 (+7) deaths distributed as follows; Assam (2(unch)), Chandigarh (1(unchanged)), Delhi (2 (unchanged)), Gujarat (1 (unch)), Karnataka (43 (+7)), Kerala (5 (unchanged)), Maharashtra (11 (unch)), Rajasthan (1 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (3 (unchanged)).
        https://nrhm-mis.nic.in/hmisreports/...d_reports.aspx

        Comment: It is likely that these case numbers are undercounts. For example to August 31, Kerala's Directorate of Health Services has reported 2,369 confirmed cases with an additional 6,297 suspected with 12 confirmed and 11 suspected fatalities. To August 31, Karnataka has reported 33,556 suspected cases.
        http://dhs.kerala.gov.in/pdf2019/drcd_31082019.pdf
        https://www.karnataka.gov.in/hfw/nhm...31-08-2019.pdf

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        • #19
          Two more succumb to dengue in Hyderabad as govt downplays crisis
          The victims were identified as 13-year-old T John Winston, and five-year-old K Ruthvika, who died while availing treatment in two different private hospitals.
          TNM Staff
          Thursday, September 05, 2019 - 10:05

          While the government has been downplaying the dengue menace in Telangana, two more deaths due to dengue were confirmed in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

          The victims were identified as 13-year-old T John Winston, and five-year-old K Ruthvika, who died while availing treatment in two different private hospitals. John succumbed to dengue on Tuesday, while Ruthvika, a resident of Lalapet in Secunderabad, died at Rainbow Hospital in Banjara Hills on Wednesday. Reportedly, Ruthvika's platelet count had dropped alarmingly.
          ...
          https://www.thenewsminute.com/articl...-crisis-108400

          T-state admits to dengue epidemic, after student dies JBS Umanadh, DH News Service, SEP 04 2019, 20:08PM IST UPDATED: SEP 05 2019, 00:41AM IST Representational image With dengue fever gripping the Telangana state, particularly urban Hyderabad, t...

          Read more at: https://www.deccanherald.com/nationa...es-759082.html

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          • #20
            West Bengal
            24-year-old dengue patient dies in Kolkata, CM says 17 deaths till Sept 5
            Mamata Banerjee also informed the House that the districts along the India-Bangladesh border are the worst-affected and urged the Opposition to spread awareness about dengue.
            By Express News Service |
            Kolkata |
            Updated: September 7, 2019 2:15:33 pm

            A 24-year-old dengue patient died at a private hospital in Kolkata on Friday, even as Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee informed the state Assembly that 17 people have died of the vector-borne disease till September 5 this year. She also said that around 10,500 have been affected by dengue in the state.

            As per reports, Mamoni Das, a resident of Naryanpur area under North 24 Paraganas district, died in the morning at a private hospital on E M Bypass. While her death certificate shows multi-organ failure as the immediate cause, it also mentions she was suffering from dengue. North 24 Paraganas district, that borders Bangladesh, is one of the worst-affected districts by dengue.
            ...
            https://indianexpress.com/article/ci...erjee-5974159/

            Comment: Compare to official numbers in NHM report in post #18 above which give a maximum of 4,020 cases and 3 fatalities in the state to Aug 31 illustrating once again that nationally released figures are vast undercounts. - Ro
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            • #21
              An eighth grade student dead in Dengue in Habra, one from Basirhat
              By Debojyoti ANKolkata, First Published 7, Sep 2019, 2:54 PM IST
              Now dengue has taken 8th standard student life



              HIGHLIGHTS
              Dead eighth grade student in dengue in Habra
              Basirhat is one of the dengue victims
              The number of dengue deaths in the state is now 5
              The CM's concern over dengue is justified. After yesterday's Bidhannagar, this time, the eighth grade student of Dangur sacrificed Habra. The incident took place in Hattuba area of ​​Habra.

              It is learned that the deceased was a resident of Kamarathuba area. For months, Mala's family lived in a rented house in the Hatthuba area of ​​Ward 1, Habra. Mala Biswas (1) was attacked by fever on Tuesday. He was taken to Habra State General Hospital on Tuesday evening. Mala is an eighth-grader at Kamarathuba Nivedita Girl's School in Habra. Locals claim that if the municipality had gone to the dengue campaign two months ago, this problem would not have happened.

              But not just Habra, but this time the Dangu police station has been set up at Basirhat. A resident of Swarupnagar, Basirhat, has been admitted to the hospital after suffering from dengue. Basirhat Harawai: 1 people have been affected by dengue from this block. 3 more people suffering from fever. They were admitted to Basirhat District Hospital. Patients were admitted to hospital with severe pain, nausea, headaches and fever. Meanwhile, the number of outpatients in the district hospital is increasing. On the other hand, blood samples of 3 patients admitted to the hospital were collected and sent for examination. In addition to the injured Tanuja Bibi, five persons, including Firoza Bibi Harawa of Baduria, were admitted to Basirhat District Hospital after suffering from dengue. Basirhat District Hospital Superintendent Shyam Haldar said the common people need to be aware of mosquitoes.

              The Chief Minister himself said in the Legislative Assembly on Friday that the dengue situation in the state was in dire shape. However, the chief minister also blamed Bangladesh's epidemic for increasing the number of dengue cases in the state. Mamata said dengue has taken shape in Bangladesh. The maximum number of dengue cases is highest in Bangaon, Habra, in north and south 24 parganas adjacent to the border area. So far, the number of dengue deaths in the state has dropped to six. Then, yesterday and today, there were two more deaths in the state.

              Last Updated: Sep 7, 2019, 2:58 PM IST
              https://bangla.asianetnews.com/west-...student-pxgfh0
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              • #22
                TELANGANA
                Corporate hospital declares man’s death dengue-related
                STAFF REPORTERHYDERABAD, SEPTEMBER 10, 2019 23:58 IST
                UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 10, 2019 23:58 IST

                Death audit should be conducted before affirming the same, say officials
                A prominent corporate hospital in Hyderabad has issued a death certificate, stating that a 35-year-old man has died due to ‘Dengue hemorrhagic fever with shock, severe metabolic acidosis’. However, officials from the State Health Department said that they have to conduct death audit before concluding it as death caused by dengue.
                ...
                Though many suspected dengue deaths came to the notice of Telangana Health Department officials, they stated that no dengue death has been reported in the State. A total of 3,670 dengue cases were detected from January 1 to September 8. However, not even a single death was registered in the official records.
                ...
                Officials earlier said that if a dengue patient suffered from any co-morbid condition such as hypertension, or if Rapid Diagnosis Test is conducted to confirm dengue instead of MAC-ELISA test, and the patient dies, they do not declare it as a dengue death.
                ...
                https://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...le29386320.ece

                Uttar Pradesh
                M/25 died in Pratapgarh. Dengue confirmed.
                https://www.patrika.com/pratapgarh-u...pgarh-5073933/
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                • #23
                  From the latest NHM report to August (report date September 7); (+change since Aug 31 report);

                  59,885 (+14,909) RDT positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (222 (+24)), Andhra Pradesh (2,630 (+17)), Arunachal Pradesh (86 (unch)), Assam (2,447 (+1)), Bihar (105 (+9)), Chandigarh (1,053 (+14)), Chhattisgarh (192 (+72)), Delhi (1,783 (+329)), Goa (53 (+10)), Gujarat (205 (+41)), Haryana (535 (+425)), Himachal Pradesh (56 (unch)), Jammu & Kashmir (2 (+2)), Jharkhand (10 (+5)), Karnataka (24,611 (+7,591)), Kerala (10,293 (+2,571)), Lakshadweep (24 (+2)), Madhya Pradesh (62 (+1)), Maharashtra (6,929 (+2,526)), Manipur (14 (+1)), Meghalaya (162 (+24)), Mizoram (12 (unch)), Nagaland (657 (+260)), Odisha (215 (unch)), Puducherry (15 (+4)), Punjab (18 (unchanged)), Rajasthan (1,751 (+67)), Tamil Nadu (151 (unch)), Telangana (883 (+3)), Tripura (2 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (2,183 (+703)), Uttarakhand (426 (+30)) & West Bengal (2,098 (+177)).


                  18,609 (+5,103)) ELISA positive distributed as follows; A&N Islands (102 (unch)), Andhra Pradesh (658 (+176)), Arunachal Pradesh (314 (+136)), Assam (333 (unch)), Bihar (6 (unchanged)), Chandigarh (94 (+3)), Chhattisgarh (15 (+10)), D&N Haveli (77 (+39)), Daman & Diu (1 (unch)), Delhi (511 (+26)), Goa (158 (+64)), Gujarat (694 (+112)), Haryana (81 (+13)), Himachal Pradesh (23 (unch)), Jharkhand (1 (unchanged)), Karnataka (7,340 (+1,971)), Kerala (1,623 (+632)), Madhya Pradesh (41 (+24)), Maharashtra (1,906 (+493)), Manipur (2 (unch)), Meghalaya (9(+1), Mizoram (1 (unch)), Nagaland (17 (unchanged)), Odisha (191 (+16)), Puducherry (66 (unch)), Punjab (41 (+3)), Rajasthan (88 (+26)), Tamil Nadu (384 (+42)), Telangana (299 (+1)), Tripura (79 (unchanged)), Uttar Pradesh (40 (+6)), Uttarakhand (6 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (3,408 (+1,309)).


                  87 (+18) deaths distributed as follows; Assam (2(unch)), Chandigarh (1(unchanged)), D&N Haveli (1 (+1)), Delhi (2 (unchanged)), Gujarat (2 (+1)), Karnataka (55 (+12)), Kerala (7 (+2)), Maharashtra (11 (unch)), Rajasthan (1 (unchanged)) & West Bengal (5 (+2)).
                  https://nrhm-mis.nic.in/hmisreports/...d_reports.aspx
                  https://nrhm-mis.nic.in/HMISReports/...djBt3WMvTifuft

                  Comment: It is likely that these case numbers are undercounts. For example to September 9, Kerala's Directorate of Health Services has reported 2,526 confirmed cases with an additional 6,546 suspected with 12 confirmed and 11 suspected fatalities. To September 5, Karnataka has reported 34,636 suspected cases. Media reports quote the West Bengal Chief Minister as reporting 17 deaths in that state. There has been a number of susepcted deaths in Telangana and one fatality in Odisha documented in this thread bringing the national toll to at least 105. - Ro
                  http://dhs.kerala.gov.in/pdf2019/drcd_31082019.pdf
                  https://www.karnataka.gov.in/hfw/nhm...31-08-2019.pdf
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                  • #24
                    Two More Dengue Deaths in Telangana, But No Official Figures Yet
                    State health minister Eatela Rajender said the patient’s name will be added to the official records on dengue deaths only after an audit.
                    Updated:September 12, 2019, 3:27 PM ISTfacebookTwitterskype
                    Two More Dengue Deaths in Telangana, But No Official Figures YetNews18 creative by Mir Suhail.

                    Despite the Telangana government downplaying the growing number of dengue cases, the mosquito-borne disease has claimed the lives of two more people in the state. Kommu Krishnaiah, a 55-year-old man from Shanti Nagar, succumbed to dengue fever on Wednesday, September 11, at the Khammam government hospital. He was admitted to the healthcare facility with a high fever a few days ago, The Hans India reported.

                    On Tuesday, September 10, dengue fever killed a 35-year-old man at Yashoda Hospital in Secunderabad. Hospital authorities declared the cause of death of Praveen Kumar Beku, a resident of Quthbullpur, as haemorrhagic fever shock syndrome.
                    ...
                    State health minister Eatela Rajender said the patient’s name will be added to the official records on dengue deaths only after an audit. Earlier, a 13-year-old student John Winston and five-year-old Ruthvika had succumbed to dengue fever at two different private hospitals in Hyderabad, causing panic among local residents.
                    ...
                    https://www.news18.com/news/india/tw...t-2306349.html
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                    • #25
                      Telangana
                      7-yr-old succumbs to dengue, hospitals booked for negligence
                      Yet another death due to dengue has come to the fore in the State, despite the government maintaining silence over the official statistics regarding dengue deaths in Telangana.


                      Published: 14th September 2019 04:45 AM | Last Updated: 14th September 2019 04:45 AM | A+A A-

                      HYDERABAD: Yet another death due to dengue has come to the fore in the State, despite the government maintaining silence over the official statistics regarding dengue deaths in Telangana. Seven-year-old M Vignesh died of dengue at the Pragna Children’s Hospital on Wednesday night. He was a resident of Rahmat Nagar near Yousufguda. A police case has also been registered under Section 304A (causing death by negligence) of the IPC against the hospital after his parents alleged that he had died due to medical negligence.
                      ...
                      http://www.newindianexpress.com/citi...e-2033335.html

                      Goa
                      5 Dengue deaths from 30 cases reported by Minister Sep 14.
                      http://www.uniindia.com/5-deaths-occ...s/1728473.html
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                      • #26
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                        https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...w/71118574.cms

                        Uttarakhand grapples with rising cases of dengue
                        For tackling the rising cases of dengue and preventing further outbreaks, Uttarakhand’s health department has now sought help from the Centre and a team of two doctors and two clinicians are on a two-day visiting to the state.
                        DEHRADUN Updated: Sep 14, 2019 12:41 IST

                        Hindustan Times, Dehradun

                        With 1,340 cases of dengue being reported till now, Uttarakhand is facing a major challenge handling the rising cases of dengue in the state.

                        The maximum number of 810 dengue cases has been reported from Dehradun district, followed by Nainital district recorded at 451, as per data maintained by the health department.

                        Dr Pankaj Singh, assistant director of Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme in the state, said, “Three people have died in the state due to dengue till now. Hospitals report many more deaths but it cannot be termed as death due to dengue till a death audit confirms it. However, cases reported this year are quite high.”
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                        https://www.hindustantimes.com/dehra...fLZY2IB0K.html


                        ANDHRA PRADESH
                        Boy dies of suspected dengue
                        STAFF REPORTERCHITTOOR, SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 00:02 IST
                        UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 00:02 IST

                        A 13-year-old boy reportedly died of dengue in a locality close to Shiva temple here on Friday night.

                        According to his relatives, the eight standard student was found to be suffering from recurring fever since a week, and he was taken to the CMC Hospital at Vellore in Tamil Nadu a few days ago. While undergoing treatment, the boy succumbed to the febrile illness. The body was brought to Chittoor on Saturday.
                        ...
                        https://www.thehindu.com/news/nation...le29419327.ece
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                        • #27
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                          • #28
                            Death Toll Climbs to 56 as Dengue Kills Two More in Telangana

                            Death Toll Climbs to 56 as Dengue Kills Two More in TelanganaNews18 creative by Mir Suhail.

                            Telangana has been plagued with the dengue fever for the past two months. Two more fatal cases have been reported due to the mosquito-borne disease. The death toll has gone up to 56 this year so far as authorities grapple to find ways to combat the deadly fever.

                            Dengue is transmitted mainly by the Aedes Aegypti mosquito, which thrives in densely populated tropical climates and breed in stagnant pools of water. The mosquitoes pick up the virus from infected humans – even asymptomatic ones – and pass it along to other people through bites. It is dubbed as the “break-bone fever” and is one of the world’s leading mosquito-borne illnesses and infects as many as 100 million people annually.

                            TOI reported that according to the government, all these deaths have been put under a list of 'suspected dengue deaths' and is being re-verified by an audit team. But the health department has admitted that there was a spurt in the spread of the virus since June 1, with 10,876 dengue cases reported from across the state.
                            ...
                            https://www.news18.com/news/india/de...a-2309599.html
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                            • #29
                              Maharashtra
                              27-year-old woman dies of organ failure, Pune hospital says dengue
                              Dr Sanjeev Wavare, assistant medical officer, PMC, said they had recorded five deaths suspected to be due to dengue and an audit committee will meet to confirm the same.
                              By Express News Service |
                              Pune |
                              Updated: September 15, 2019 9:10:07 am

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                              Dengue, Dengue cases in pune, dengue deaths in pune, pune city news
                              Dengue fever is an Aedes mosquito-borne viral disease can be fatal, leading to dengue haemorrhagic fever (DHF) and dengue shock syndrome (DSS)
                              On Friday, a 27-year-old woman from Sinhagad Road died of multi-organ failure due to dengue shock syndrome at a city hospital. While the hospital authorities confirmed that the death was dengue-related, the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) has stated that there were five deaths they suspected were caused by dengue this year.

                              Dr Dhananjay Kelkar, medical director of the hospital where the woman died, said every year there are at least three to four deaths due to dengue. This year too, there were more than 500 cases of dengue and few related deaths.

                              Dr Sanjeev Wavare, assistant medical officer, PMC, said they had recorded five deaths suspected to be due to dengue and an audit committee will meet to confirm the same.
                              ...
                              https://indianexpress.com/article/ci...engue-5996316/

                              Uttar Pradesh
                              Munshi died from dengue police station
                              Publish Date: Sun, 15 Sep 2019 11:35 PM (IST)


                              Jans, Bheera (Azamgarh): Munshi Rajmangal Singh posted at Bardah police station was ill for a week. He was admitted to a private hospital in Varanasi for treatment. He died during treatment during the day on Sunday. Doctors said that he had more dengue fever and jaundice. The deceased Munshi Rajamangal Singh was a resident of Ballia district. There is a furore in the family due to his death, while there is a wave of mourning in the police station. After two minutes of silence in the police station, God was prayed for peace of the spirit. SO Dinesh Yadav, SI Basantlal, Devlal Yadav, Bajrang Mishra, BP Mishra, Shamshad Ali, Raj Bahadur Yadav etc. were present on this occasion.

                              Posted By: Jagran
                              https://www.jagran.com/uttar-pradesh...-19580931.html

                              Karnataka
                              Man dies of suspected dengue in Mangaluru
                              Source: TNN | Published on 15th September 2019, 12:12 PM | Coastal News |


                              Mangaluru: A businessman died due to suspected dengueat a private hospital in the city on Friday.

                              The deceased is Prashanth Saralaya, a resident of Paramogaru in Bantwal taluk. He was admitted to a medical college hospital in the city four days ago. However, officials of the health and family welfare department said they have not received any information about dengue death.
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                                Telangana’s first dengue death confirmed
                                STAFF REPORTERHYDERABAD, SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 00:39 IST
                                UPDATED: SEPTEMBER 17, 2019 08:17 IST

                                Deceased was a resident of Qutbullapur
                                The first dengue death in Telangana this year has been confirmed from Medchal district limits.

                                On September 10, a corporate hospital issued a death certificate stating that a 35-year-old man died due to ‘dengue haemorrhagic fever with shock, severe metabolic acidosis’.
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                                https://www.thehindu.com/news/cities...le29434457.ece
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