The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) in Bangladesh reported an additional 248 dengue fever cases hospitalized on Friday, bringing the total for the year to 13,255.
Of the new cases, 214 are hospitalized in the capital of Dhaka, while the remaining 34 were outside the city.
No new fatalities were reported today, hence the death count stands at 54. Of this total, 50 are recorded from Dhaka and all were reported in July, August and September.
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