Dengue death toll in eastern Indonesia jumps to 48

Health officers (right) checking the temperatures of motorists to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 outbreak at a border district checkpoint in Lamno, Aceh province on Sunday (April 5). Indonesian also announced there were another 48 deaths from dengue issues to the media on Sunday. (April 5).- AFP

JAKARTA: At least 48 people died of dengue outbreak in the Indonesian province of East Nusa Tenggara since the beginning of this year, local authorities said on Sunday (April 5).

The number of confirmed cases was 4,518 as of April 1, the province's administration spokesman Marius Ardu Jelamu had also told online news portal on Thursday.

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