New Delhi: With nearly 400 `official` dengue cases reported so far and 30 on Saturday (Oct 13) alone, the threat of a dengue outbreak in Delhi looms large.The South Delhi Municipal Corporation has so far reported the highest number of around 150 cases, with the North and East Delhi Municipal Corporations trailing not far behind, reporting approximately 140 and 70 cases respectively.While the rough estimated number of dengue cases being reported in Delhi is around 30 per day, doctors in most major Delhi hospitals say they are getting at least 20 cases every day."The situation is not good at all, we are getting at least 20-30 dengue cases every day," said Atul Gogia from the premier Sir Ganga Ram Hospital of Delhi."Most of our beds are filled with dengue patients," says Vivek Nangia from Delhi`s Fortis hospital.
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