Perak sees drop in dengue cases


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  • Thursday, 15 Dec 2016

IPOH: The number of dengue cases in Perak has reduced considerably but the state health department is not resting on their laurels.

From January to Dec 10 this year, the number of cumulative dengue cases recorded in the state is 3,549 cases. Last year, 9,069 dengue cases were recorded for the same period.

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