ISLAMABAD - Coordinator, Dengue Control and Surveillance Islamabad, Dr Najeebullah Durrani Saturday said that a total of 23 dengue fever patients had been admitted in the citys hospitals during the last 24 hours. Giving the break up of the patients, he informed that 17 suspected patients belonged to Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT out of which three were from its rural areas and 14 from the urban areas. The remaining six hail from Rawalpindi and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he further said adding that percentage of patients that belonged to other cities stood at the figure of 27 percent. Coordinator Dengue Control said that nine patients had been admitted at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), twelve in the Polyclinic, one in the Capital Hospital, Capital Development Authority (CDA) and one in the Shifa International Hospital during the last 24 hours. He said that fumigation was also carried out in the rural areas on Saturday at Dhok Nizam Din, Sohan, Basic Health Unit (BHU) Sohan, Azhar Town Sohan, Union Council building Sohan, Nai Aabadi, Sohan Awan Town, Sohan Dhok Chaudhry, Bhara Kahu, Mahalah, Saqlain Shah, Naseer Aabad, Yaqoob Kiyani Mahallah, Wazir Abad, Khawja Street Phulgran, Tahir Jewellery Street Phulgran and Mahallah Malkan Bhara Kahu.