WHO confirms 2,726 dengue cases in Pakistan


According to the latest World Health Organization (WHO) statistics, there are 2,726 confirmed dengue virus cases in Pakistan, Geo News reported. The number of dengue cases in Islamabad is 30, Punjab 2,463, Sindh 191, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 8 and 5 cases have been reported in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. 8 people have died due to the virus across the country.


  1. I am from India and am concerned about the death toll due to dengue. If only someone passes on this information to the affected families. There is no scientific research on the same, but nature always has wonders in store for us.

    Keep on following the doctor's advise. Parallely do this

    Take two leaves of papaya. Remove the stem. Wash it thoroughly. Crush the leaves with a "hamamdasta". Use a muslin cloth to squeeze out the juice (abt 1- 1.5 tpsp). Give it to the patient once daily for 3 days. Go in for a platelet count after this. Even the doctors will think it's a miracle and that there is no scientific explanation for the same. In case the patient is very young and cannot tolerate the bitterness, mix it with honey.

    All the best.


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