Dengue fever cases still high in Selangor

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  • Saturday, 13 Feb 2016

KLANG: Reported cases of dengue fever in Selangor are still high and there is no indication that the numbers will be decreasing soon.

Selangor Health Department Vector Department deputy director Dr Sharifah Malihah Wan Mustapha said infection trend in the state could be considered high as well.

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