On November 17, the city recorded a total of 5,277 cases of dengue fever, the highest number of cases of vector infections recorded in the capital in the year since 2015.
The number of cases on November 22 was 7,128.
Approximately 1,148 new cases have been recorded in the past week. However, no new deaths from dengue have been reported.
A total of 8,276 cases of dengue fever have been recorded by November 27 this season, according to a public report on vector-borne diseases released on Monday.
The total number of cases of dengue reported in the last few years was 4,431 (2016), 4,726 (2017), 2,798 (2018), 2,036 (2019) and 1,072 (2020).
In 2015, the city witnessed a large outbreak of dengue fever. The number of reported cases of dengue exceeded 10,600 in October, making it the worst vector infection outbreak in the capital since 1996.
By November 6, this year, the total number of cases was 2,708, and the official death toll from dengue fever was nine.
Among the nine who have recently succumbed to dengue fever are a 3-year-old girl and a minor boy. A 63-year-old man who is a resident of Rohini also died of dengue fever.
In September, 217 cases were recorded. This is the maximum number for the month in three years.
This is also the highest number of dengue deaths recorded in the city in a year since 2017, when the officially reported death toll was 10.
Prior to 2020, the death toll from dengue was -2 (2019). 4 (2018); 10 (2017); and 10 (2016), according to official aggregates maintained by SDMC.
The number of cases reported during the period from January 1st to November 27th over the last five years was —950 (2020). 1,786 (2019); 2,657 (2018); According to the report, 4,645 (2017) and 4,200 (2016).
A total of 1,072 cases and one death were recorded annually in 2020, according to a report released by the South Delhi Municipal Authority, a node agency for aggregating data on vector-borne diseases in the city. I did.
The number of cases of dengue fever exceeds 8,200, and in November alone, it exceeds 6,700, Health News, ET Health World.
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