The number of dengue cases in the Marshall Islands has surpassed 500, as the disease continues to impact the capital of Majuro.
However cases in Ebeye, where the outbreak began in July, have dropped off dramatically.
Majuro overtook Ebeye in total cases at the end of last week.
As of Friday, Majuro reported 267 suspected and confirmed dengue cases, while Ebeye's number stood at 247, according to the Ministry of Health and Human Services.
Majuro hospital is reporting over 10 new cases a day but Ebeye had several days last week with no new cases.
The ministry's halt to passenger travel to remote outer islands appears to be working in preventing the spread of the disease as there have yet to be any cases reported on the dozens of islands outside of Majuro and Ebeye.
Passenger travel to outer islands was shut down, following a state of health emergency declaration in August.
Of the 514 dengue cases, 166 required hospitalisation.
There has been one death, earlier this month, of a six-year-old Marshallese girl.