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Source- DGHS 7 December, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 260 this year with two more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Wednesday morning, 6 December. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 253 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 130 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 59,449 dengue cases and 58,018 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 6 December, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 258 this year with three more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Tuesday morning, 5 December. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 269 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 134 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 59,196 dengue cases and 57,711 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 5 December, 2022

No change in death toll for last 24 hours. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 308 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 172 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 58,927 dengue cases and 57,338 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 4 December, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 257 this year with three more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to sunday morning, 3 December. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 410 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 208 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 58,619 dengue cases and 56,899 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 3 December, 2022

According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 351 more people were hospitalized till Friday, 3 December, including 207 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 58,209 dengue cases and 56,245 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 2 December, 2022

According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 120 more people were hospitalized till Thursday, 2 December, including 78 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 57,858 dengue cases and 55,877 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 1 December, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 254 this year with two more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Wednesday morning, 30 November. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 426 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 239 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 57,358 dengue cases and 55,301 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 30 November, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 250 this year with two more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Sunday morning, 29 November. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 436 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 253 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 56,932 dengue cases and 54,855 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- DGHS 29 November, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 247 this year with two more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Sunday morning, 28 November. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 523 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 277 in Dhaka city (DGHS). 56,130 dengue cases and 53,954 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 23 November, 2022

Death toll from dengue increased to 237 this year with three more dengue deaths reported in the 24 hours leading up to Tuesday morning, 22 November. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, 515 more people were hospitalized during this time, including 266 in Dhaka city (DGHS). There are currently 2,231 dengue patients being treated nationwide, 1,243 of them are in Dhaka. 53,928 dengue cases and 51,460 recoveries have been reported by DGHS so far this year.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 22 November, 2022

Up until 21 November, Monday morning, there had been four more dengue deaths in Bangladesh, bringing the total number of deaths from the mosquito-borne illness this year up to 234. According to the Directorate General of Health Services, up to 606 additional individuals were hospitalized on 21 November, including 289 in Dhaka city. 53,413 dengue cases and 50,828 recoveries have been reported by the DGHS so far this year.

Source- Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) 21 November, 2022

According to Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) The number of deaths from dengue has risen to 230 as of 20 November. There are now 52,807 confirmed cases of dengue this year.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 20 November, 2022

Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) announced six more dengue deaths on 19 November, Saturday morning, bringing the total number of deaths from dengue this year to 226. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), 559 people with the viral fever were admitted to hospitals over the 24-hour (18-19 November) period. According to a news release from the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), “320 dengue patients were hospitalized in Dhaka city and 239 patients were admitted to hospitals outside of Dhaka during the past 24 hours (18-19 November) “. With the additional cases, there are now 52,169 confirmed cases of dengue this year, while 49,171 patients have been discharged from hospitals.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 17 November, 2022

The number of deaths from dengue has risen to 216. The number of dengue cases for this year has reached 50,759 as of Wednesday, the DGHS reports. Two of the most recent fatalities were recorded in Dhaka, while one was in the Chittagong division. The updated statistics brought the death toll in the Chittagong division to 55 and in the Dhaka division to 130.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 16 November, 2022

Dengue Death toll rises to 213. It is the highest since 2019. Among all districts, Dhaka ranks top in terms of fatalities and cases. According to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS), Mirpur, Uttara, Mugda, Jatrabari, Dhanmondi and Mohammadpur areas are the dengue hotspots. Till Tuesday, Bangladesh registered about 50,000 hospitalisations from dengue fever this year. Meanwhile, eight deaths were confirmed in the 24 hours till Tuesday morning. According to DGHS data, at least 692 new dengue patients were hospitalized across the country in the 24 hours till yesterday morning, taking the total tally to 49,992 cases this year. Over 65% of the total number of cases were reported from Dhaka alone, with 32,535 cases. In the first 15 days of November, Bangladesh registered 11,968 hospitalizations. Currently, 2,851 people are receiving treatment at various hospitals, including 1,638 in Dhaka. Of the 213 deaths recorded this year, one was confirmed in June, nine in July, and 11 in August. Dengue began to cause more casualties in September, with 34 deaths, while 86 died in October and 72 in November.

Source- Dhaka Tribune 15 November, 2022

This year’s fatalities from dengue climbed to 205. During this period, 760 patients were hospitalized with the viral fever, according to the Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS). Among the latest deaths, one each was reported from Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna taking the death tolls in these three divisions to 122, 52 and 11 respectively. Meanwhile death toll remained unchanged at nine in Barisal, six in Rajshahi, and five in Mymensingh divisions. Of the new patients, 425 were admitted to different hospitals in Dhaka and 335 outside it, according to DGHS. A total of 2,989 dengue patients, including 1,767 in the capital, are now receiving treatment at hospitals across the country. The directorate has recorded 49,300 dengue cases and 46,106 recoveries so far this year. This year’s fatalities from the mosquito-borne disease reached 182 on Tuesday, exceeding all previous records in Bangladesh. Earlier, the country recorded the highest 179 deaths from dengue in a year in 2019.

ডেঙ্গু হালনাগাদ -Dengue Update

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