Meerut: With zero cases of dengue having been reported in the last three days starting Saturday, the vector-borne disease has settled at a five-year-high of 653.

Although there is a nip in the air, but the cases of dengue and chikungnya are still being reported every day. As many as 10 dengue cases were confirmed today.

Of the total 8,063 cases of dengue, 4,188 patients belonged to Delhi. Patients from other states who came to the city for treatment numbered 3,875, the report said.

Approaches used to early and accurately characterize epidemiologic patterns of disease incidence in a temporal and spatial series are becoming increasingly important. Cluster tests are generally designed for retrospective detection of epidemiologic anomalies in a temporal or space-time series. Timely identification of anomalies of disease or poisoning incidence during ongoing surveillance or an outbreak requires the use of sensitive statistical methods that recognize an incidence pattern at the time of occurrence.

7 more dengue cases reported, total number of patients 112

More than half of the chikungunya cases in the country are suspected to be from Karnataka.

Simply destroying mosquito eggs has proven not to be effective in the control of the menace.

BHOPAL: For the second year in a row, over 1,000 peoplehave tested positive for vector-borne diseases like chikungunya and dengue in the state capital.

NEW DELHI: Once again malaria has broken the record of last four years.

AHMEDABAD: Even as the temperatures have begun to fall, more than 1,000 cases of vector-borne infections in October were reported in Ahmedabad, says the data provided by Ahmedabad Municipal Corpora