Six chikungunya, one dengue case detected in Bidor


IPOH: A total of six chikungunya and one dengue fever cases have been reported in Bidor town up to Nov 3, says Perak Health director Datuk Dr Ding Lay Ming.

She said the six chikungunya cases were due to an outbreak that started on Oct 15.

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Aedes mosquito , Bidor , Dengue , Chikungunya

   

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