Via Straits Times :
" DENGUE fever cases have remained high this week, with 656 people diagnosed with the disease till 3pm yesterday.
The total for this week is on course to be around those of the previous two, when cases hit 815 in the week beginning June 2 and 810 the week after.
However, it is unlikely that the figure will pass 1,000 cases this week. Experts have predicted that this is likely to happen before the epidemic is over.
The National Environment Agency has quashed talk that the haze could stem the spread of dengue, saying there is no link between the two. In fact, a spokesman said, "although a haze blanketed much of South-east Asia from late 1997 to early 1998, the number of dengue cases in Singapore during these years was the highest recorded in the 1990s".
There are now more than 60 active clusters. The biggest is still at Tampines. There have been more than 190 cases there in one cluster alone."