19 Jan '17, 1am

@ARangarajan1972 Singapore is doing a pilot of releasing sterile mosquitoes to curb growth.

@ARangarajan1972 Singapore is doing a pilot of releasing sterile mosquitoes to curb growth.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Vector Control Advisory Group (VCAG) recommends carefully planned pilot deployment under operational conditions accompanied by rigorous independent monitoring and evaluation that builds entomological capacity to support operational use, for the use of Wolbachia against Aedes -borne diseases. The Dengue Expert Advisory Panel (DEAP) , comprising experts from Singapore, Australia, the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States of America (USA), recommends that Singapore explores the use of Wolbachia -carrying Aedes males to help suppress the Aedes mosquito population in Singapore, for further reduction of the risk of dengue.

Full article: http://www.nea.gov.sg/public-health/environmental-public-...

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