Residents reminded to take necessary precautions for monsoon weather


Villagers visiting their houses after floods hit Kampung Parit Keroma Darat in Muar last month. — filepic

JOHOR BARU: All agencies and departments in Johor are well prepared for floods which normally hit the state at the end of the year.

Johor health, environment, information and education committee chairman Datuk Ayub Rahmat said there were regular meetings on preparations made in anticipation of the floods.

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