How do I prevent my home from being a potential mosquito breeding ground?
Find out what you can do to prevent Aedes mosquitoes from breeding in your home and before you go on a holiday by visiting
the National Environment Agency's (NEA) website here.
How do I know if I am bitten by Aedes mosquito?
The viruses that cause dengue fever and Zika are carried by the Aedes mosquito. As the bite of an infective Aedes mosquito
spreads diseases, it is crucial to prevent its breeding. The Aedes mosquito is easily identifiable by the distinctive black and
white stripes on its body. It prefers to breed in clean, stagnant water easily found in our homes. You can get rid of the Aedes
mosquito by frequently checking and removing stagnant water in your premises. For more information, please visit the National Environment Agency's (NEA) website here.
What can I do to report potential breeding?
If you have feedback on potential mosquito breeding grounds, we can convey the issue to the relevant agency(s) to review your concerns. You may report potential breeding issues to the National Environment Agency (NEA) using the feedback form or call them at the 24-hr hotline at 1800-2255-632 if urgent assistance is required.