Keeping it cool when it heats up

If you don’t have fans or air-conditioning, keep your windows open and give yourself a cold sponge bath when you feel too hot. — The New York Times

We are currently experiencing hot weather in Malaysia, with the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia) estimating that it will likely last until September (2024).

Too much heat is not safe for anyone, especially older people and those with health problems.

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