New victims in Taiz and Shabwah.. Dengue fever continues to harvest Yemeni lives as war continues

New victims in Taiz and Shabwah.. Dengue fever continues to harvest Yemeni lives as war continues

Dengue fever continues to extract Yemeni lives in various Yemeni cities, with the ongoing war between the legitimate government backed by the Arab Coalition and the Houthi militia.

The governorates of Taiz and Shabwah witnessed a rise in the number of victims of the disease, which has spread dramatically in different governorates.

The health authorities in Taiz province said three people died on Monday, among the cases of dengue fever in the central Yemeni city of Taiz.

Dr. Abdul Rahim al-Sami’ee, director of the Provincial Health Bureau, confirmed in a press statement that three people with dengue fever died in Taiz and predicted an increase in death.

Public and private hospitals in Taiz have registered 450 cases of dengue fever in the past few days, including 162 in the past 24 hours, al- Sami’ee said.

Governor Mahmud, he quickly directed the implementation of a foggy spraying operation in the downtown affected directorates to confront the mosquito carrier dengue fever.

In the southeastern province of Shabwah, there was a rise in the number of victims of dengue fever, which began to ravage the province.

According to government sources in Shabwah, the death toll of dengue fever in the province of Shabwah rose to 7 cases those songs the death of a 20-year-old man yesterday at the Directorate of Al Rawdha.

Dr. Saleh Al-Homsi, the coordinator of the National Malaria Program, said the epidemiological situation in the province is becoming more serious after the epidemic has spread in 12 districts and is currently positioned in the provincial capital.

Al-Homsi appealed to the relevant authorities, foremost among them the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization, to intervene urgently to take action to combat this deadly pandemic and to focus in a major degree on combating the sources of infection, which is the cornerstone of the prevention of the epidemic and the termination of it.


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