Over 3.7K dengue cases in TN this year against 2.4K in 2020
The New Indian Express Chennai|November 09, 2021
AMID the pandemic and rain-related problems, there seems to be no respite for the State government as it also has to deal with the rising number of dengue cases. till Sunday, the State reported 3,752 dengue cases this year, as per data shared exclusively with TNIE.
SINDUJA JANE

AMID the pandemic and rain-related problems, there seems to be no respite for the State government as it also has to deal with the rising number of dengue cases. till Sunday, the State reported 3,752 dengue cases this year, as per data shared exclusively with TNIE.

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