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Thank you for your continued vigilance in our collective fight against dengue. Early detection and notification of the disease is crucial for the control of dengue transmission. As such, NEA and its partners in the Inter-Agency Dengue Task Force (IADTF), including Town Councils, will step up mosquito control measures once a dengue cluster has been identified.
As of 16 September 2019, there were 88 active dengue clusters (attached) in Singapore, with large dengue clusters located at Choa Chu Kang Ave 2, Choa Chu Kang Ave 4, Jalan Eunos, Flora Dr, Commonwealth Ave and Ang Mo Kio Ave 3. The list of active dengue clusters is updated on the NEA website/MyENV app on every workday.
List of 88 active dengue clusters as at 16 Sep 2019
To help you know when a dengue cluster has been identified in the area where your clinic(s) is located, we would like to encourage you and your clinic staff to download the MyENV app and set the alert function to receive notifications when the clinic falls within a dengue cluster. You may refer to the attached user guide on how to include your clinic's address and receive notifications on your mobile phone, if your clinic is located within an identified dengue cluster.
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User Guide for receiving Dengue notifications on mobile via the myENV app - Click here to view