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Dengue toll may reach its five-year high in Ludhiana, 21 new cases reported

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Ludhiana, November 9

As many as 21 new dengue cases were witnessed on Tuesday, November 9. The total number of dengue cases in Ludhiana has reached 1,460, surpassing last year’s toll of 1,355.

If the dengue cases continue to increase, the toll may reach its five-year high. According to the reports, in the year 2015, 1,876 cases were reported. In 2019, 1,509 dengue cases were reported. The toll has already crossed the 1,450 mark.

The number of suspected dengue cases in Ludhiana has reached 3,610.

From Ludhiana City, 16 new cases were reported. Five cases were reported from Ludhiana rural.

Today, dengue cases were witnessed from New Chander Nagar, Joginder Nagar, Ajit Nagar, South City, Rishi Nagar, Atam Nagar, Civil Lines, Rajguru Nagar, Shimlapuri, Sham Singh Road, Model Gram, Barewal, BRS Nagar, Laxmi Nagar.

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(Published by- Manav Bansal)

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