Rawalpindi: Atleast 125 patients in Rawalpindi were affirmed as dengue positive on Thursday.
Atleast 83 patients in Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Hospital, 36 in Holy Family and six in Civil Hospital were affirmed of having the sickness.
Wellbeing office has put the dengue patients toll at 1135.
Atleast 40 individuals were slaughtered and general 1400 were tainted by the lethal illness a year ago.
Dengue fever is transmitted by Aedes mosquitoes and is a worldwide general wellbeing concern. There is no antibody accessible in Pakistan for the infection, which slaughters an expected 20,000 individuals every year and taints up to 100 million over the world, as indicated by the World Health Organization (WHO).
There is no treatment for dengue, which causes side effects including fever, extreme joint torment, cerebral pains and dying.
About a large portion of the total populace is at hazard from the mosquito-borne illness, which sickens around 100 million individuals consistently, for the most part in Asia, Africa and Latin America.
Individuals have been encouraged to utilize mosquito nets and creepy crawly anti-agents and to abstain from putting away water in open pots where the hatchlings can breed.