Singapore’s dengue turmoil, 2021 cases reported so far in 2022

Singapore, April 25: Approximately 5,500 cases of dengue fever have been reported in Singapore so far this year, exceeding the total number of cases in 2021.

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“We must take urgent collective action and play our part in ensuring proper housekeeping to prevent mosquito breeding.” She said that dengue fever is a serious health threat. He added that he called on Singaporeans to be vigilant, even if the situation at Covid-19 improved.

According to National Environment Agency (NEA) statistics, the cumulative number of cases of dengue fever in Singapore in 2022 has reached 5,459 so far. Last year, Singapore recorded a total of 5,258 cases of dengue fever. Warn WHO that Zika and Dengue can cause the next pandemic..

According to NEA, the surge in dengue cases this year is due to the high number of Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, the major dengue vector detected in the community, the previously rare circulation of dengue virus serotype 3 (DENV-3), and considerable. It is said that it is caused by three main factors of the ratio of. Percentage of people who are still at home and working.

In March 2022, the Aedes aegypti population was high in some parts of Singapore, up about 48% from the same period last year.

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