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NEW DELHI: Three new cases of dengue have been reported in the Capital taking the total number so far this season to 14.
The new cases have come in from Punjabi Bagh, Krishna Nagar and Paharganj.
A Municipal Corporation of Delhi health officer said: “While all precautions are being taken to ensure that Delhi is dengue-free, we are still finding active mosquito breeding in several parts of the Capital including residential, hospital and office premises which is worrying. We hope through our awareness drives we will be able to ensure that dengue cases are kept in check.”
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