Maharashtra: Three people died of Dengue and over 2,500 cases reported


Mumbai: A Maharashtra police constable died  of dengue on Saturday in the wake of fighting with it for almost a week. His significant other can't recuperate from the stun.

28-year-old Anup Baghel was distinguished with dengue while he was on obligation. At the point when his condition weakened, he was taken first to Mumbai's Mahatma Gandhi Memorial healing center and after that to Hiranandani clinic. In any case, he couldn't be spared.

Rajnikant Dhabad, another Mumbai occupant, must be moved to the Intensive Care Unit or ICU after his platelet number dropped definitely. He is recuperating now and sees himself as fortunate to have survived."I live in Govandi and I was conceded here 5 or 6 days back. On account of dengue I am as yet confronting back agony and stomach hurt," Mr Dhabale said.

Three individuals have kicked the bucket of Dengue this season in Maharashtra and more than 2,500 cases have been accounted for.

Executive of Sai Hospital Abid Sayyed said, "20 to 25 patients with dengue come to me consistently. The majority of these cases are from Govandi, Vashi Naka region, Kurla East and Chembur." In an offer to handle the danger of Dengue, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation is completing routine assessment over the city.