There are about 4,000 dengue cases in Bengaluru.
According to information provided by the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, over 4,000 dengue cases have been reported in Bengaluru since July, prompting health authorities to issue an alert and urge residents to take precautions.
According to data from the state government, 416 instances have been reported just in the first eight days of September.
This increase typically occurs in the early monsoon. However, Bengaluru has not received continuous rain this time, and as a result, standing water is not draining properly.
For instance, it might be quite hot in the morning and then it might begin to rain. Therefore, water that should ideally be evacuated persists, according to Dr. Nasiruddin G of Fortis Hospital in Cunningham, Bangalore.
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