Dengue Cases Surge To 308 In KP, Peshawar Tops The List

(MENAFN- Tribal News Network) The incidence of dengue fever has surged to 308 reported cases across various districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

According to a health department report, dengue has made a resurgence in the province, leading to a significant rise in reported cases. Peshawar tops the list with 58 cases, followed by Swabi with 52, Mardan with 45, Charsadda with 34, and Battagram with 21.

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Additionally, Haripur has reported 17 cases, Bajaur 11, Lower Dir 8, and Nowshera 8. The report reveals that Mansehra, Malakand, and Abbottabad have each reported 7 cases.

Bannu and Kohat have reported 6 cases, Dera Ismail Khan 5, Lakki Marwat 4, Dir Lower 3, and Swat 3. Dir Upper, Khyber district, Torghar, and Hangu each reported 2 or 1 cases.

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