02 Jul '18, 11am

DENGUE ALERT: As of 29 June, there is one dengue cluster reported in Punggol. NEA Stop Dengue Now

Operationally, a dengue cluster indicates a locality with active transmission where intervention is targeted. It is formed when two or more cases have onset within 14 days and are located within 150m of each other (based on residential and workplace addresses as well as movement history). The clusters are categorised according to their current status. There are 3 alert levels:

Full article: https://www.nea.gov.sg/dengue-zika/dengue/dengue-clusters

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