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SUBANG JAYA assemblyman Michelle Ng said the community’s efforts in reducing dengue statistics in her constituency should not be underestimated.
AS I worked on this commentary piece, the iDengue website has listed 23,555 dengue cases recorded in Selangor from Dec 31, 2017 until Aug 1 this year.
DO NOT allow stagnant water to collect in your home. Clear any junk you may have lying around in your gardens and spend 10 minutes a week looking for potential mosquito breeding spots.
RECREATIONAL parks and vacant lots have been identified as top Aedes mosquito breeding grounds in Kuala Lumpur.
A letter from CONCERNED PUBLIC HEALTH , WORKER , Sabah
A SIGNIFICANT improvement in neighbourhood security and reduction in illegal dumping of construction waste are among the achievements of the SS25A Rukun Tetangga (RT) for their Petaling Jaya neighbourhood.
AS OF March this year, Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) recorded a 54% decline in dengue cases compared to the same time last year.
THE number of dengue cases in Petaling Jaya has reduced, thanks to the 173 Search and Destroy Aedes Rangers (Sedar) teams set up in the city.
ALL community halls under Ampang Jaya Municipal Council's (MPAJ) jurisdiction have undergone maintenance and upgrading works in preparation for the 14th General Election.
DENGUE cases in Petaling Jaya were on a downward trend in the five weeks from Jan 1 to Feb 5, said Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) Health Department director Dr Abdul Ghalib Sulaiman.