The Cambodia Ministry of Health has reported a spike in dengue fever cases in the first three weeks of the year, compared to the same period in 2017. During the first three weeks of January, there were...

On Friday, Philippines health officials released the results of the investigation of the initial 14 deaths of children given Dengvaxia. Since December 2017, under the new Department of Health (DOH) administration,...

Vietnam health officials reported an increase of some 63,000 dengue fever cases in 2017 over the year before, although less dengue-related fatalities were reported. In 2017,  184,741 cases of dengue...

In a follow-up on a recent report on the Philippines refund demand for unused Dengvaxia, The Manila Times reports that vaccine maker, Sanofi Pasteur has agreed to the demand to reimburse the 1.4 billion...

In 2017, Sri Lanka saw a record number of dengue fever cases with a total of 184,442, a total more than three times higher than 2016. More than 320 deaths were also reported. The dengue peak was observed...

After reporting in excess of 120,000 dengue fever cases and 322 deaths in 2015 and more than 100,000 cases and 231 deaths last year, the Malaysia Ministry of Health has reported a decrease in cases and...

Earlier this month, Samoan health officials reported a dengue fever outbreak that was first detected in October with the most affected areas being Apia Urban Area, Vaimauga District and Faleata District. Auckland...

Through early November 2016, the Philippines saw nearly 192,000 dengue fever cases on to consecutive years of more than 200,000 cases. However, this year the numbers are down by a significant amount. According...

Samoa health officials are reporting an outbreak of dengue fever, serotype 2 (DEN-2) that was first detected in October.  A cumulative total of 1,522 clinical and confirmed cases with 339 hospital admissions...

Following the release of new information about Dengvaxia® by Sanofi Pasteur about an increased risk of severe dengue infection several years after vaccination among people who had not been exposed to...