Denuge cases have crossed the 6000 mark in Singapore so far this year.
This is more than the total number of reported cases for 2021 – a total of 5258.
The trend is worrying as Singapore has not yet hit the usual peak dengue season, which ranges from June to October.
The National Environment Agency attributed most mosquito breeding activity to homes.
The agency said that it has closed 394 of 587 of the dengue clusters reported since the start of this year
Of the remaining 193 active dengue clusters reported, the top five largest were found on:
-Grove Avenue near Ghim Moh,
-Woodlands Avenue 9, Eng Kong Terrace in Upper Bukit Timah,
-Champions Way near Woodlands Avenue 1 and
-Borthwick Drive in the Serangoon Gardens area