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Dengue outbreak far from over yet

The dengue outbreak that killed at least 22 people nationwide in less than two months is far from over despite a drop in suspected cases for the first time last week.


Two men the latest casualties of dengue

Two people, one from Klang and the other from Ipoh, are the latest casualties of dengue.


Prince: Everyone’s job to maintain cleanliness

While taking part in a I>gotong-royong/Iat Taman Tas housing estate, Tengku Mahkota of Pahang Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah spotted pieces of glass under a tree.


Four-day anti-dengue op to start from Feb 21

A combined health and safety operation aimed at preventing dengue will be held for four days from Feb 21, Deputy Human Resources Minister Datuk Abdul Rahman Bakar said.


Pahang schools to stop outdoor activities

Students in Pahang will be exempted from co-curricular activities that are held outdoors or in school fields as a preventive measure against dengue, said Education Minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin Tun Hussein.


Digging stops after protest from residents

A group of residents in Taman Saikat, Ipoh showed that solidarity is key to overcoming problems in their areas. The residents from Persiaran Pinggir Rapat 5 got together to protest after a company started digging for iron ore in a vacant plot of land near their area, resulting in three big ponds.


House-to-house aedes checks by KL City Hall

City Hall officers will conduct night checks on houses for larvae of aedes mosquitoes, the carriers of the dengue virus, since daytime visits are usually hindered by locked gates.


Ministry: Five dengue deaths so far this year

Five patients have died of dengue fever while a young child is suspected to have also died from the fever since the beginning of this year, the Health Ministry#8217;s disease control director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said.


Education Ministry sets up squad to conduct inspections

The Education Ministry has set up an anti-dengue squad to conduct spot checks and take action against schools found to be breeding aedes mosquitoes.


Operators to start spraying insecticide in schoolbuses

Schoolbus operators nationwide will start spraying their buses with insecticide before picking up students to protect them from dengue-carrying I>Aedes /I>mosquitoes.