Punjab Chief minister Shahbaz Sharif on Wednesday claimed taking all the possible steps to overcome dengue threat. Speaking to media after briefing over dengue outbreak in the province, the Chief Minister said that his government was taking multiple steps to control dengue eruption. He said medicines and vaccines would be imported from the Britain while the government is also trying to get medicine from India. Shahbaz said Sri Lankan medical team has also arriving in Lahore to assist the Punjab government to control dengue virus epidemic. He mentioned that all private hospitals across the province have been asked not to charge dengue patients while public sector hospitals were on high alert to assist the dengue victims. He further said that provincial government was spraying the mosquito-killer spray in Lahore and other cities. Meanwhile, three dengue victims died in Lahore on Wednesday and death toll reached to 17 by this virus.