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The Klang Municipal Council has ordered dirty restaurants and stalls in Klang to close with immediate effect after screening 1,800 outlets in nine days. 'We don't want acholera outbreak on our hands,' says MPK president Abd Bakir Zin.
Triumphant cries of 'Pandamaran, Pandam-aran, Pandamaran' filled the air near the Jalan Nipah Seafood Restaurants in Pandamaran, Klang, recently.
With five cases in Selangor, authorities are not taking chances. They are conducting checks on dirty stalls, street vendors, restaurants and urging people to eat only cooked food.
For a park that is supposed to be the pride of Klang, Taman Pengkalan Batu is not easy to find.
The Selangor State government wants the private sector, non-governmental organisations and residents' associations to play a role in taking care of the hibiscus' currently being planted throughout the state.