After a record year in 2017 reporting more than 186,000 dengue fever cases, 2018 show a very different picture through the first six months of the year. From Jan-Jun this year, Sri Lanka health authorities...

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...

As the Sri Lanka Health Ministry outlines plans to launch National Mosquito Control Week later this month, the total case count in the country has topped 150,000 cases, more than three times the numbers...

In the month of July, Sri Lankan health authorities have reported more than 27,000 dengue fever cases, almost triple the number of cases reported in July 2016 (10,715) bringing the 2017 year-to-date total...

With the number of dengue fever cases topping 105,000 cases and 300 deaths so far in 2017, the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)...

The number of dengue fever cases in Sri Lanka are up significantly in 2017, in fact, it is three-and-a-half times more than the average number of cases for the same period between 2010 and 2016. Through...

The number of dengue fever cases in Sri Lanka continue to mount as some 10,000 additional cases have been reported in the past week. Through Wednesday, the country case count has climbed to 89,885, up...

Sri Lanka has reported nearly 70,000 dengue fever cases through today, including 210 deaths. This compares to approximately 24,000 cases during the same period in 2016. The country’s health minister, Rajitha...

The number of dengue fever cases in Sri Lanka has topped 50,000 before the end of May, according to Ministry of Health data. Through May 24,  the Ministry’s Epidemiology Unit has reported 52,015...

In a follow-up on the dengue fever epidemic in Sri Lanka, officials with the Epidemiology Unit with the Ministry of Health report 39,313 cases through Apr. 28. This compares with 16,660 cases reported...