Dehradun: After Hardwar and Roorkee, the first case of Dengue fever has been reported from Uttarakhand capital Dehradun where a person, Suresh Ramola who is a resident of Nathuwala, was hospitalized in the CMI hospital of the city. Suresh’s medical report has confirmed that he has fallen prey to dengue.

Presently, as many as 30 victims of dengue are undergoing treatment in the different hospitals of the city.
Until now, dengue patients only from Delhi, Roorkee and Haridwar were admitted in the hospitals of state capital but confirmation of Sureh’s dengue fever shows that the dreadful fever is going to create panic among the residents of the Dehradun.

Suresh Ramola said that he was suffering from fever for the past 4-5 days. He underwent medical checkup after being advised to do so by the doctors. After confirmation of dengue and serious decline in his number of platelets, he was admitted at CMI hospital.

Dr RK Jain of CMI hospital said that five dengue patients are under treatment there while three of them were admitted on Sunday. Twenty-five patients are undergoing treatment in Jolly Grant hospital.


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