Want China Times
The number of dengue fever cases in Taiwan recorded since May has increased to 9,103,
with 98.41% occurring in Tainan and Kaohsiung in the tropical south of the island, the national Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said on Sunday.
As of Saturday, 8,022 cases had been reported in Tainan, accounting for 88.12% of the total, an increase of 362 cases from the previous day, the CDC said.
Kaohsiung has had 936 cases, accounting for 10.29%, an increase of 51 cases from a day earlier.
Other cities and counties have had far fewer cases, with Pingtung reporting 33, Taichung 22, Taoyuan 19, New Taipei 16, Taipei 10, Chiayi county nine, Hsinchu county eight, Hsinchu city six, Changhua county five and Chiayi city four.
Keelung, Miaoli, Nantou and the outlying counties of Penghu and Kinmen have each reported two cases, while Yilan, Hualien and Yunlin counties have each had one case. No cases have been reported in Taitung county and outlying Lienchiang county (Matsu). [FULL STORY]