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Delhi records 24 percent rise in Dengue, Malaria in 7 days

Mid-Day Wednesday, 2 September 2020
While Delhi's healthcare is overwhelmed with tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, another epidemic of vector-borne diseases are knocking at its door. A whopping rise of 24 per cent in Dengue, Malaria, and Chikungunya cases were recorded in the last one week. With 69 new Dengue, Malaria and Chikungunya cases reported in the last week,...
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