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MPK all out to destroy Aedes breeding sites

HEALTH inspectors with Klang Municipal Council (MPK) are visiting schools in the district to ensure that water storage containers are tipped over and flush cisterns and toilet bowls are covered in a bid to eliminate Aedes mosquito breeding sites.

Making simple DIY mosquito traps

WHAT would have cost RM20 to trap mosquitoes in the past can now be easily made for less than a fraction of the price using mineral water bottles, tape, soft netting and non-toxic insect glue.

Don: Work together to eradicate dengue

THE dengue virus can persist in Aedes mosquitoes for up to five successive insect generations before they are free of it – with each generation capable of infecting the population with the virus.

Desa Lembah Permai flats still a dengue hotspot

AFTER 111 days, the dengue outbreak at Desa Lembah Permai flats in Ampang shows no sign of decreasing.

Looking to Wolbachia for solution

SELANGOR will use a new biological vector control management method to fight dengue.

Activision and Tencent unveil free-to-play ‘Call of Duty: Mobile’ at GDC

Activision and Tencent announced that they are working together to release a new Call of Duty game for Android and iOS, with the game featuring beloved maps and competitive game modes.

Starmetro Watch

TRAFFIC MATTERS: Several lanes along the Damansara-Puchong Highway (LDP) on both directions near the Bandar Puteri Puchong Interchange, will be closed to traffic on March 9 to facilitate steel girder launching works

More dengue deaths in Selangor

DENGUE continues to be on high alert in Selangor with all the local councils raising the matter at their respective monthly full board meeting.

Mosquito-borne virus successfully curbed

Melaka: The state is declared free from Chikungunya, said state Health and Anti-Drugs Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.

Mosquito-borne virus successfully curbed

MELAKA is declared free from Chikungunya, said state Health and Anti-Drugs Committee chairman Low Chee Leong.