While a 35 per cent decline in infliction rate was recorded while a 63 per cent of decline in mortality rate was seen this year.
The nine Japanese Encephalitis deaths were reported from Goalpara, Sonitpur, Barpeta, Dhubri, Bongaigaon and Kokrajhar districts.
While the the JE and AES death toll has reached 231, 60 people have died till now in the floods.
On Thursday, one death each was reported from Darrang, Lakhimpur and Tinsukia districts of Odisha, the bulletin said.
Assam has so far recorded 1,455 Japanese Encephalitis and Acute Encephalitis Syndrome positive cases.
The number of JE positive cases in the state increased to 374 with 82 cases being reported on Monday.
So far, the state has recorded 1,350 JE/AES positive cases, 26 of them on Sunday. The total JE positive cases recorded so far were 348.
According to official sources, eight people died of AES and three of JE on Thursday. The state has so far recorded 1,204 JE/AES positive cases.
Till Tuesday, 142 people died of AES and 64 of JE. Also, 1,092 positive cases of AES and 265 cases of JE were reported from across the state.
With all but one district affected, 49 people died of the disease while 190 positive cases were reported till Friday.
Dr. Phangso said all measures had been taken to contain the outbreak. The measures include fogging and spreading of insecticides.
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The Central team on Monday met senior officials of the state’s health department and suggested measures to contain the outbreak of the vector-borne disease.
Four JE patients with high fever were admitted to the hospital and they died, while two others were brought to the facility when they were already dead.
Japanese Encephalitis, AES claimed over 500 deaths across the country till August this year: Government data
According to the data, Assam and Uttar Pradesh reported the maximum number of deaths from the vector-borne diseases.