One person died due to dengue today. This is the first death of this year related to the disease, according to Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS)
The number HIV/AIDS infections and deaths is increasing in Bangladesh, a DGHS study said.
At least two more people died from dengue in 24 hours preceding 8:00am today
The death toll from dengue this year has crossed the 1,700-mark, as two new deaths were reported in the last 24 hours till 8:00am yesterday.
India’s capital city Delhi has reported its first case of Covid-19 sub-variant JN.1, health ministry officials said today
One more death was reported from dengue in 24 hours till this morning, raising the fatalities from the mosquito-borne disease in Bangladesh to 1,699 this year
The number HIV/AIDS infections and deaths from the disease is increasing in Bangladesh, said a study..According to a study conducted by the Directorate General of Health Services, a total of 1,276 new AIDS patients have been identified in the country this year. Of them, 266 have died..<
At least one person died from dengue in the 24 hours preceding 8:00am yesterday.
At least one person died from dengue in the 24 hours preceding 8:00am today
One more dengue patient died while 201 others were hospitalised in the 24 hours till yesterday morning.
Two more dengue patients died and 14 were hospitalised in the 24 hours till yesterday morning.
Eight dengue patients died, while 765 were admitted to hospitals across the country yesterday.
There has been a sudden increase in conjunctivitis (inflammation of the conjunctiva of the eye) patients in Chattogram city for over two weeks.
Twenty-four dengue patients have died so far in the country, of whom, 21 died in the last eight months.
August witnessed 3,551 dengue cases, more than double the number recorded in July. This indicates that the dengue situation is further deteriorating.
Three years have passed since the country witnessed over one lakh dengue patients in a year.