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MBPJ: Fewer dengue cases as of March this year

AS OF March this year, Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) recorded a 54% decline in dengue cases compared to the same time last year.

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Sedar teams lauded for drop in dengue cases

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.

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MPAJ: Schools and halls ready for polls

ALL community halls under Ampang Jaya Municipal Council's (MPAJ) jurisdiction have undergone maintenance and upgrading works in preparation for the 14th General Election.

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MBPJ: Drop in dengue cases since Jan 1

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.

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Gated community only if 75% residents agree: MPAJ

Neighbourhood must also be at least 1.21ha in size with a minimum of 100 housing units.

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Selangor earmarks extra RM5mil on war against dengue in 2018

MORE control and preventive measures are being taken by local authorities and government agencies in reducing the number of dengue cases as figures remain high in Selangor.

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Recruiting students in war on dengue

IN A bid to reduce the number of dengue cases in the municipality, Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has introduced dengue squads in schools within its jurisdiction.

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Disturbing rise in number of dengue cases in S'gor

Hospitals in Selangor continue to see the relentless climb in dengue cases, with 59 deaths recorded from Jan 1 to Oct 7.


Kajang RAs to ‘adopt a park‘

SELECTED residents associations (RAs) in Kajang will be entrusted with the responsibility of looking after their neighbourhood fields, playgrounds and parks for the council.


MPSJ: Decreasing dengue cases not an excuse to dial back efforts

SUBANG Jaya residents should not be complacent with the lower number of dengue cases being recorded there and they need to continue with efforts to keep their surroundings clean, the local council said.