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Teenager dies of suspected dengue


Team Udayavani, Aug 24, 2019, 10:53 AM IST

Mangaluru: The toll of Dengue in Dakshina Kannada District went up to 11 after a 19-year old student died of suspected Dengue on Friday, August 23.

The deceased is Madhushri, a student of a private college in Mangaluru.

As per the sources, Madhushri was admitted to a private hospital in the city due to suspected Dengue fever and was discharged just three days back. But on late Thursday, August 22 night she was again rushed to hospital after she complained of chest pain.

She passed away on Friday as she did not respond to the treatment.

However, health officials have denied Dengue to be the cause of her death and added that she was cured of Dengue while being discharged from the hospital and further added that she had developed lungs infection which caused her death.

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