LAHORE: Punjab recorded 169 more cases of dengue hemorrhagic fever during the previous 24 hours. Secretary Primary and Secondary Healthcare Department Imran Sikandar Baloch stated that there are a total of 428 dengue fever patients under treatment in hospitals across the province. Punjab has reported 3,975 cases of the mosquito-borne disease this season. Out of which, Lahore reported 3,145 cases, the health secretary said. On Sunday, a 26-year-old man died of dengue hemorrhagic fever at Lahore’s Mayo Hospital. The medical superintendent (MS) of the hospital said the family of the man suffering from the mosquito-borne disease brought him in critical condition. The patient was put on a ventilator but could not survive, the MS added. Following the man’s death, his heirs and relatives manhandled the staff of the hospital and damaged some property.