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City sees 6 dengue cases after first spell of monsoon

DNMUM416183 | 6/14/2018 | Author : Tanaya Vaidya | WC :281 | Health



The first spells of monsoon in the city have accompanied the deadly dengue fever. Six cases of dengue were confirmed in the city. While three patients were admitted in the Wockhardt Hospital at Mumbai Central last week, three more visited the out patient department (OPD) ward of the hospital and were diagnosed with dengue.
All three who were admitted to the hospital have been released. According to the doctors, all six cases of dengue hit people belonging to the age group of 25-50.
Speaking about the cases, Dr Behram Paradinala, a medicine specialist in the Hospital, said, “We received three dengue patients last week who were admitted in the hospital and were discharged after three days of treatment. We also got 3 patients who we
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