Boy confirmed to be first polio case in M’sia in 27 years

PETALING JAYA: A three-month-old Malaysian boy is suffering from polio, the first case in the country since it was declared polio-free almost two decades ago.

The baby in Tuaran, Sabah, is now being treated at an isolation ward of a hospital after experiencing fever and weakness of the limbs.

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