18 more diagnosed with dengue in Islamabad

Health18 more diagnosed with dengue in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD: Within last five days, 18 more patients including four women were diagnosed with dengue fever in Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) in Islamabad, PIMS spokesman said.

The spokesman said five patients were admitted on October 19 while four patients were admitted in PIMS hospital on October 21. He added that nine dengue patients belonged to Islamabad, while six others were from Rawalpindi.

Two residents of Haripur and one resident of Attock, having dengue fever were also admitted to PIMS hospital, he said.

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