SINGAPORE A total of 636 dengue cases were reported between Jan 24 and Jan 30, said the National Environment Agency (NEA) on Tuesday (Feb 2).
There was a similar number of cases in the previous week, added NEA. This brings the total number of reported cases for the first four weeks of the year to 2,441.
As of Monday, one of the active clusters is in the Tampines area, with 267 cases since the start of the cluster. This is followed by some areas near Little India – such as Sing Avenue and Joo Avenue – with 108 cases, and in Pasir Ris, with 106 cases. Many of the cases were in Block 112 and 129 in Pasir Ris Street 11.Read More