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36 new dengue cases reported in Lucknow on Wednesday

Amid the rapid spread of dengue in Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow has reported the maximum number of cases this year with a current tally of over 575 cases. Reportedly, 36 new dengue cases were detected in the city on October 13. The surge in cases even after the implementation of mitigation and preventive measures, is a cause of concern for the authorities.

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14 new Dengue cases recorded in Indore on Monday

A fresh spike in the patient tally of Indore's dengue cases was reported on Monday. According to the health bulletin, 14 new cases were tested positive for the vector-borne disease in the last 24 hours. Out of the fresh surge, around 10 men and 4 women, including two children were found to be infected. After the recent surge, the total dengue cases of the city have crossed the count of 570, raising concerns amongst the health department.

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Dengue tally spikes up in Lucknow with 9 new cases reported on Sunday

Lucknow witnessed yet another surge in dengue cases on Sunday when 9 fresh infections were reported in the city. As per records, the city's cumulative dengue tally for the year has crossed the 515 mark. While dengue cases have been reported in Lucknow for the past 9 months, the maximum infections were recorded in the months of August and September. According to logs, the two months together contributed to over 250 cases, sounding alarms throughout the city.

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Dengue tally rises to 298 in Kanpur with 13 fresh cases registered on Wednesday

Amid the continuing spread of Dengue in Uttar Pradesh, Kanpur recorded 13 more cases on Wednesday. As per reports, the new infections reported in the city have pushed Kanpur's cumulative Dengue tally to a total of 298 cases. Out of the total registered numbers, 237 patients have been recorded in rural areas of Kanpur, read reports. On the other hand, the remaining 61 infections were identified in the urban regions of the district.

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Dengue caseload takes a downward trajectory across rural areas of Indore

With the declining number of dengue patients, citizens in Indore can see a silver lining finally. Reportedly, the case count in rural areas has sloped downwards from the last two weeks, as indicated by the survey conducted by health officials in the city. As per reports, the logs of October 2 show a dip in the patient tally to around 4% in the rural sector, compared to an average dengue rate of about 6% recorded in September.

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