Chikungunya , Dengue on twin peaks! Even your daily habits can get you affected of this fever

Our national capital is going through a serious issue of Dengue and Chikungunya . People are even losing their lives due to this serious fever. Even there are no more beds left for the patients in major hospitals in Delhi. This is the high time when government should take some serious actions over this issue or else the national capital will have to go through a lot of loss.

Chikungunya cases in the national capital have sharply risen to over 1,000 this season, marking a jump of nearly 90 percent from its count last week.
According to a municipal report released on Monday, at least 1,057 cases of this vector-borne disease have been recorded till September 10.
Safdarjung Hospital, which received over a 1,000 patients in its fever clinics till recently, has reported 328 dengue cases and 532 chikungunya cases this season, a senior official of the hospital said.
At least 1,158 cases of dengue have been reported in the national capital, with nearly 390 of them being recorded in the first 10 days of September, the month in which the vector-borne disease begins to peak.
387 cases were reported this month, marking a rise of over 50 percent from the previous count, according to a municipal report released on Monday.
Over 770 cases were reported till 3 September this season. Out of the total number of cases, August alone has accounted for 652.
At least nine deaths due to dengue have been reported this year in the national capital, though the South Delhi Municipal Corporation which compiles the report on vector-borne diseases on behalf of all civic bodies here, has maintained the death tally at four.

At least 1,158 cases of dengue have been reported in the national capital, with nearly 390 of them being recorded in the first 10 days of September, the month in which the vector-borne disease begins to peak.
387 cases were reported this month, marking a rise of over 50 percent from the previous count, according to a municipal report released on Monday.
Over 770 cases were reported till 3 September this season. Out of the total number of cases, August alone has accounted for 652.
At least nine deaths due to dengue have been reported this year in the national capital, though the South Delhi Municipal Corporation which compiles the report on vector-borne diseases on behalf of all civic bodies here, has maintained the death tally at four.

(inputs from PTI)

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