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RCB discovers dengue larvae at 48 spots

Sanitation staff of the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board (RCB) on Wednesday recovered dengue larvae from 48 separate locations around the cantonment and registered criminal cases against six people. According to available details, the RCB authorities checked 2,104 houses and discovered larvae from 48 places. Ten places where larvae were found were in ward one, two in ward two, three places in ward four, five places in ward five, four places in ward six, five places in ward seven, from five places in ward eight, from six places in ward nine and from eight places in Ward 10 of the RCB.

Correspondent. RCB discovers dengue larvae at 48 spots. The Express Tribune, July 6, 2017.

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