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Slight improvement in dengue situation

The dengue situation has shown slight improvement with 1,172 cases reported last week, which is 29 less cases compared with the previous week.


Fogging teams set up to curb dengue threat

THE service team of Bayan Baru MP Datuk Wong Kam Hoong has set up two fogging teams in view of the dengue outbreak in Penang.


Cuba offers to share expertise

Cuba, which 'survived' two massive dengue outbreaks in 1977 and 1981, has offered to share its expertise to help authorities in Malaysia deal with the dengue outbreak.


Aedes breed in plastic bags and styrofoam packs, too

Clogged drains and rain gutters may be the obvious items to check for stagnant water, but don't discount the rubbish.


Eight measure to eradicate dengue

The Seremban Municipal Council has adopted eight measures in an effort to eradicate potential breeding grounds for aedes mosquitoes.


Eggs of aedes are hardy, say experts

The aedes I>aegypti/Imosquito which used to breed indoors is now laying eggs outdoors, according to studies by Universiti Sains Malaysia.


Dengue claims another life

Another dengue death was reported last Saturday, bringing the number of fatalities this year to 76.


Pupils discharged

B>IPOH:/BThe 12 pupils in Taiping admitted to hospital over the past two weeks with suspected dengue have been discharged.


Kelantan bracing for rise in cases from Raya exodus

Kelantan is bracing for a possible rise in dengue cases in the state from the Raya I>balik kampung/Iexodus.


Villagers to build on land

Fearing the worst could come from the weather and polluted waters, the orang asli of Kampung Teluk Jawa in Masai have abandoned their seafront stilt huts.