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NEA launches intensive exercise to curb dengue outbreak | Video

Singapore is stepping up its Mozzie Wipeout. The National Environment Agency has embarked on an intensive two-week islandwide vector control exercise in a bid to curb the country's mosquito-borne dengue outbreak. This comes as dengue cases reach a fever pitch of close to 20,000 so far this year, and the number is well expected to surpass 2013's record of about 22,000 cases. CNA's Cheryl Goh reports.

NEA launches intensive exercise to curb dengue outbreak | Video

24 Jul 2020 10:56pm
Singapore is stepping up its Mozzie Wipeout. The National Environment Agency has embarked on an intensive two-week islandwide vector control exercise in a bid to curb the country's mosquito-borne dengue outbreak. This comes as dengue cases reach a fever pitch of close to 20,000 so far this year, and the number is well expected to surpass 2013's record of about 22,000 cases. CNA's Cheryl Goh reports.

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