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The Department of Disease Control has announced new data regarding the number of dengue fever cases.

From the beginning of 2023 until August 16th, a total of 65,552 cases of dengue fever have been recorded, including 58 cases with fatal outcomes.
These figures correspond to a rate of 99.05 cases per 100,000 population, indicating that as the number of cases increases, so does the mortality rate.
 
Compared to the previous year, the number of cases has increased by 300%, with approximately 5,000 new cases being reported weekly.
 
The provinces most affected in the past month are Chiang Rai, Nan, Chantaburi, Trat, and Rayong.
 
According to the Director-General of the DDC, the dengue situation is improving in some regions, while in others, the outbreak continues.
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