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Volume 12, Number 6—June 2006

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Dengue Prevention and 35 Years of Vector Control in Singapore

Eng-Eong Ooi*Comments to Author , Kee-Tai Goh†, and Duane J. Gubler‡
Author affiliations: *DSO National Laboratories, Singapore; †Ministry of Health, Singapore; ‡University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA

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Proportion of indigenous dengue fever cases in patients <15 or >25 years of age, Singapore, 1977–2004. Indigenous cases are those that were acquired locally, among permanent and temporary residents of Singapore. Data were obtained from Communicable Disease Surveillance in Singapore, an annual publication of the Ministry of the Environment until 2002 and the Ministry of Health since 2003.

Figure 2. Proportion of indigenous dengue fever cases in patients <15 or >25 years of age, Singapore, 1977–2004. Indigenous cases are those that were acquired locally, among permanent and temporary residents of Singapore. Data were obtained from Communicable Disease Surveillance in Singapore, an annual publication of the Ministry of the Environment until 2002 and the Ministry of Health since 2003.

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