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Like many in the tourism industry, our columnist is finally seeing a ray of light during this pandemic.
KLANG councillors in charge of Sentosa and Pandamaran want to educate residents to bring down the number of dengue cases.
EVEN as dengue cases are on the decline in Selangor since January, the authorities say residents should not take things for granted.
RESIDENTS of Taman Lestari Putra in Seri Kembangan fear that undergrowth in the neighbourhood will contribute to a rise in dengue cases.
ILLEGAL dumping of rubbish by unscrupulous people has been rampant in Johor over the past few years.
IF KUALA Lumpur does not take immediate measures to conserve its butterfly population, it will most likely end up like Singapore which “lost” almost half of its butterflies.
THERE was an almost 40% drop in the number of dengue cases in 2020 compared to the previous year, says Selangor Health Department director Datuk Dr Sha’ari Ngadiman.
JOHOR BARU: Johor Health Department has issued 3,484 compounds totalling RM1.74mil to owners of premises in Johor so far this year for allowing their premises to become mosquito breeding grounds.
SEREMBAN: The number of dengue cases in Negri Sembilan had increased by almost one-third until Dec 5 compared with the same period last year.
MELAKA: Dengue cases in Melaka increased by 34.85% or 2,720 cases from January to Dec 5, compared to 2,017 cases in the corresponding period last year, the state assembly was told.