Dengue Emergency Declared In Rawalpindi Province Of Pakistan's Punjab
An emergency for dengue has been declared in Rawalpindi province of Pakistan's Punjab, by the provincial health department, on August 8. The district has been termed 'very sensitive', in wake of the rising number of dengue cases. Reportedly, over 1000 teams have been formed to eradicate dengue from the district. Over 91 suspected dengue cases have been reported in the district, of which, 29 have been diagnosed for the virus.