Samoa's Ministry of Health reports dengue fever was on the decline towards the end of 2008.
The Newsline newspaper reports there were 651 clinically diagnosed cases of dengue fever recorded for a four month period from July to October of 2008.
The highest number of cases recorded in a month was 111 in August.
In October there were only 3 cases recorded.
The Health Ministry says people in the 20-29 age group were the most affected by the dengue outbreak.
Most of the confirmed dengue cases were patients from the Apia Urban Area.
Only 6 per cent of the 651 cases were from the big island of Savaii .