Polio case reported in Malaysia – first in 27 years


PETALING JAYA: A polio case has been confirmed in the country, the first in Malaysia in 27 years.

The Health Ministry confirmed that a three-month-old Malaysian boy from Tuaran, Sabah had been admitted into a hospital's Intensive Care Unit after experiencing fever and weakness of limbs.

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Health , Polio , vaccination , Noor Hisham Abdullah

   

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