Punjab Dengue Outbreak: 101 New Cases Reported in 24 Hours
Crisis Escalates as Dengue Cases Continue to Surge Across Punjab
During the past 24 hours, an additional 101 cases of dengue have been reported in the Punjab province.
According to the Health Department, there have been 39 cases in Rawalpindi, 31 in Lahore, 12 in Multan, and 11 in Gujranwala.
The Health Department has revealed that 100 dengue patients are currently under treatment in hospitals across Punjab.
According to the Health Department, a total of 2,658 dengue cases have been reported in Punjab this year.
In the last 24 hours, 45 more individuals in Rawalpindi have tested positive for the dengue virus.
According to the Health Department, the number of dengue-affected patients in Rawalpindi has reached 534 this season.
The Health Department has expressed concern about the condition of 9 individuals affected by the dengue virus.
District administration has registered an additional 51 cases of dengue violations and sealed one building.
District administration has issued 7 challan tickets for violations and imposed fines amounting to 1,52,000 rupees.
According to district administration, a total of 2,876 cases have been registered overall, and 531 buildings have been sealed.
District administration has stated that a total of 870 challan tickets have been issued, and fines amounting to 49,07,000 rupees have been imposed.