Cambodia had reported a total of 5,284 dengue fever cases in the first six months of 2018, a 234 percent rise compared with 1,580 cases over the same period last year.
The Queensland city has recorded zero cases of locally-transmitted dengue in the four years since the modified mosquitoes were released, compared to 54 cases in the previous four years.
Approximately 1,000 cases of dengue have been reported so far this year in Bangladesh, resulting in the death of eight people in the capital city Dhaka.
The analysis of 1959-2009 data revealed that population density and proximity to a country already experiencing an outbreak were the factors most closely associated with a country's own likelihood of experiencing an outbreak.
The Los Alamos National Lab has worked with Descartes Labs to come up with systems for analyzing on-the-ground conditions in Brazil to forecast dengue.
Scientists have discovered a way to create disease fighting proteins from tobacco plants which could lead to the development of a vaccine for Dengue Fever.
Blood-feeding experiments with Aedes aegypti mosquitoes showed that people with asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic dengue virus infections are capable of infecting mosquitoes.
In the week to April 23, there were 428 probable and confirmed malaria cases reported, compared to fewer than 100 in all of 2017.
In India, there has been an accelerated spread of dengue and chikungunya, both transmitted by the Aedes mosquito, which is particularly well adapted to urbanized areas.
In 2017, Sri Lanka saw a total of 184,442 dengue cases, a total over three times higher than 2016.