Three people died of dengue disease, 344 were hospitalised in the country during the last 24 hours till Wednesday morning.
The dengue situation in the country has deteriorated in the last few months as over 2,500 dengue patients were reported in only five days in the current month of October.
At least 2,554 dengue patients were admitted to hospitals across the country, including in Dhaka city, while eight patients died here in only three days of the current month of October.
The prevalence of dengue disease is rising across the country, especially in Dhaka, which is considered a hotspot for the mosquito-borne viral disease.
The Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) revealed the information on Wednesday.
Some 482 dengue patients were reported on Tuesday, 525 patients on Monday, 568 patients on Sunday, 635 patients on Saturday, 524 patients on Thursday, 506 patients on Wednesday, 460 patients on Tuesday, 482 patients on Monday, 440 patients on Sunday, and 440 patients on Saturday.
The DGHS said a total of 18,646 dengue patients have been admitted to hospitals and 63 patients have died across the country, including in Dhaka this year.
However, hospital sources said many more dengue patients and the number of casualties from the disease remain outside the official data.
Some 9,911 dengue patients were hospitalised and 34 died in the country in September, while 3,521 dengue patients were hospitalised and 11 died in August.
The DGHS data further said a total of 2,156 dengue patients are now undergoing treatment across the country. Of them, 1601 patients were admitted to 50 hospitals in Dhaka city.
Of the total dengue patients, around 90 percent of patients are admitted to hospitals in 50 hospitals in the capital, while around 10 percent of patients were outside Dhaka.
The DGHS asked people to contact registered doctors immediately after feeling any symptoms of dengue disease and get tested for the dengue virus for early treatment.
It also requested to keep alert during the rainy days as the dengue vector Aedes mosquito breeds more and transmits the disease during intermittent rain.