2,460 new cases the reason to ban outdoor parties?

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There were 2,460 new cases of dengue fever and 61 new cases of dengue hemorrhagic fever between January 1 and March 12 this year, so says my unnamed World Bank friend who receives travel alerts every time she has to travel to this godforsaken part of the world.

You really have to take precautions even though the alert has been downgraded to ‘warning’ level from ‘epidemic’ level. There were 9,459 cases last year. If I were in charge, I’d close down any party on Sentosa for good. Anything outdoors, got mosquito. You never know what they get up to.

Sunset @ Holland Road flyover
Once the sun sets, the mosquitos come out and wreak havoc among the populace. It is no wonder the natives are restless.

Surf stop: aneki
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11 thoughts on “2,460 new cases the reason to ban outdoor parties?”

  1. The easiest solution under this “impersonal bureaucractic brainwave system” is always about banning instead of looking for alternatives..

  2. The easiest solution under this “impersonal bureaucractic brainwave system” is always about banning instead of looking for alternatives..

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