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Dengue cases in Karavali may rise again!


Team Udayavani, Aug 26, 2019, 4:50 PM IST

Udupi/Mangaluru: Presently, intermittent rain is occurring in Karavali with sunny weather every now-and-then. Such a weather condition is conducive for the propagation of mosquitoes and hence there is a fear that the number of dengue cases may rise once again.

The number do dengue cases in Udupi district has risen to 152 while malaria cases are at 63, informed the district medical officer Dr| Ashok.

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