Location of Active Clusters





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Operationally, a dengue cluster indicates a locality with active transmission where intervention is targeted.  It is formed when two or more cases have onset within 14 days and are located within 150m of each other (based on residential and workplace addresses as well as movement history).  The clusters are categorised according to their current status.   A list of preventive actions also accompanies each alert level. There are 3 alert levels:

 

Definition

Alert Level

High-risk area with 10 or more cases

Red

High-risk area with less than 10 cases

Yellow

No new cases, under surveillance for the next 21 days

Green

 

Each cluster map illustrates the extent of NEA's current vector control intervention.  Please click on the cluster location to view the respective map.

 

As at 24 Mar 2017

 

S/N

Locality

Cases with onset in last 2 weeks

Cases since start of cluster

Breakdown

1

Pasir Ris St 71 (Blk 747) / Pasir Ris St 72 (Whitewater)

1

2

Location

No. of cases

Pasir Ris Street 71 (Blk 747)

1

Pasir Ris Street 72 (Whitewater)

1

 

For a list of clusters closed and under surveillance, please click here.