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Mosquitoes are known to spread vector borne diseases such as dengue and malaria. Singapore was declared malaria-free in 1982 by the World Health Organization. Most malaria cases in Singapore happen where patient came in Singapore after they got infected overseas. Singapore’s environment condition is not conducive for malaria . Learn more about the life cycles and habits of these blood-suckers that are commonly found in Singapore.
(Aedes Aegypti and Aedes albopictus)
The bites from an Aedes mosquito peak at twilight and it bites throughout the day.
The Anopheles mosquito is responsible for transmitting malaria.
Culex mosquitoes are the main vector for Japanese B – Encephalitis