RAWALPINDI: Another 89 patients landed in three government-run hospitals of the garrison city on Saturday.

At present, 265 dengue patients in three government-run hospitals including 70 in Holy Family Hospital (HFH), 118 patients in Benazir Bhutto Hospital (BBH) and 82 in District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital.

Among dengue patients admitted in three government-run hospitals, 199 belonged to Rawalpindi district, 49 to Islamabad, two to Abbottabad, four to Attock, two each to Bagh and Chakwal while one each to Mandi Bahauddin, Karachi, Nagar, Sudhnoti and Mohmand.

Among new dengue patients of the garrison city, 44 arrived from Potohar Town, 13 from Rawalpindi Cantonment, 14 from city areas, six from Chaklala Cantonment and four from rural areas, one from Taxila and two from Kallar Syedan.

Published in Dawn, October 2nd, 2022

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