Huge spike detected in several hotspots in Kalimantan

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  • Monday, 31 Aug 2015

NOAA-18 satellite imagery from the Asean Specialised Meteorological Centre showing 193 hotspots on Borneo island last Saturday. Three hotspots detected in Sarawak and Sabah, the rest in Kalimantan. Images from a Sunday showed there were 105 hotspots detected.

KUCHING: Over the weekend, there was a huge spike in the number of hotspots detected in Kalimantan, the Indonesian portion of Borneo.

On Saturday, a total of 190 hotspots were detected in all four provinces of Kalimantan.

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Sarawak , Hotspots , Kalimantan , Health


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