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Dengue outbreak: Delhi sees 100 cases in a week; Bengal records 566 in 2022

Out of the total 396 in the national capital till September 17, 75 were reported in August. However, no death has been recorded so far in Delhi due to Dengue

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BS Web Team New Delhi
Delhi is witnessing a spike in the number of dengue infections. Last week, about 100 people were diagnosed with the vector-borne disease, which has taken the tally of infections in the national capital to nearly 400.

According to a report released by the civic body on Monday, 152 cases of dengue were recorded in September alone in the first 17 days. On September 9, Delhi reported 295 cases, becoming a cause of concern for the authorities and citizens.

Out of the total 396 in the national capital till September 17, 75 were reported in August. However, no death has been

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First Published: Sep 19 2022 | 7:44 PM IST

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