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Melaka on HFMD alert as 10th pre-school ordered close


Low (left), with Melaka Health Department director Datuk Dr Ghazali Othman getting an update on HFMD cases from Health Department officials.

Low (left), with Melaka Health Department director Datuk Dr Ghazali Othman getting an update on HFMD cases from Health Department officials.

MELAKA: Red flag has been raised on the Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease (HFMD) situation in Melaka with an accumulative 1,522 cases reported as of July 28.

The endemic recorded a 76% increase or an additional 659 cases for the first seven months of the year, compared to the corresponding period last year.

   

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