The federal capital reported 96 new cases of dengue while its neighbouring twin city Rawalpindi reported 98 on the previous day.
According to information released by the District Health Officer (DHO) Islamabad, the federal capital reported 96 dengue cases in the previous 24 hours, including 53 cases from rural and 43 cases from urban areas.
Following the additional cases, there are now 1657 confirmed cases of dengue in Islamabad, according to the DHO. Five individuals have also died as a result of the dengue virus.
Additionally, Rawalpindi recorded 98 dengue cases in the previous 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases in the city this year to 1561. According to the Health Department, two more people receiving medical care at the Benazir Bhutto Hospital are in critical condition.
In Rawalpindi during the current season, dengue has claimed the lives of two persons.
With 229 new cases in the previous day, the number of dengue cases in Punjab had risen to 3869 on Wednesday.
The Punjab Secretary of Health said in a statement that 86 cases of the mosquito-borne illness had been recorded in Rawalpindi over the previous day and 100 cases had been reported from Lahore during the previous 24 hours.