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About Dengue

  • Singapore has reported recent Dengue cases.
  • Dengue is a viral infection caused by four types of viruses transmitted through the bite of infected Aedes female mosquitoes that feed both indoors and outdoors.
  • Risk is present year-round with peak transmission during the rainy season, from September to February.
  • Read some advice from a doctor.

Dengue cases

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19 cases notified as at
12 Dec 2019 at 3pm

Symptoms of Dengue Fever

  • Sudden onset of fever for 2-7 days
  • Severe headache with pain behind the eyes
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Skin rashes
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Mild bleeding (e.g. nose or gum bleed) or easy bruising

Symptoms usually appear 4-7 days after being bitten
(ranges from 3-14 days).

Treatment for Dengue Fever

There is no specific treatment for dengue fever, or its more serious forms, dengue haemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome.

Treatment for dengue is supportive.

In more severe cases, you may be hospitalised for aggressive emergency treatment, including fluid and electrolyte replacement, and/or blood transfusions.

If you think you have dengue fever, seek medical attention immediately.

For More Information

Visit the official MOH website.

Call MOH hotline 1800 225 4122
Call NEA hotline 6225 5632
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Click to select the following options:

Zones: To view it's surrounding dengue cluster
Boxes/Polygram on Map: For more information
* Data is provided by the National Environment Agency of Singapore
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Nearby Amenities

Are you or your loved ones suffering from dengue fever?

Here are some recommendations to assist in this difficult time.

Select an option for up to 20 nearby places for medical supplies and services on the Google map above.

Clickor hover your mouseon the location markers for more information.

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