Dengue Fever Hits Bangladesh

The People’s Republic of Bangladesh, also referred to as Bangladesh, is a country located in South Asia. They share a border with India to the west, north and east, and Myanmar to the southeast. With a population of around 169 million residents as of 2022, it is the 8th most populated nation in the world.

According to a recent report by BBC, approximately 1,000 people have died in Bangladesh of the Dengue fever in an outbreak this year. Dengue is a mosquito borne disease caused by an RNA virus of the Flaviviridae family. Symptoms include skin rash, joint pains, fever, headache etc.

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