DENGUE CAN BE FATAL IF UNTREATED
The female Aedes aegypti mosquito is the primary vector of dengue in Singapore. When an Aedes mosquito bites an infected person, it can pick up the virus and pass it to the next person it bites. View the map showing areas with relatively higher Aedes aegypti mosquito population, and thus higher risk of dengue transmission.
Residents living in areas with relatively higher Aedes aegypti mosquito populations are urged to help reduce the mosquito population by regularly practising the Mozzie Wipeout.
The more severe forms of dengue can be fatal if not treated.
Learn how you can prevent Aedes mosquito breeding at the National Environment Agency (NEA)'s dengue webpage.