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More dengue cases reported

The number of dengue cases continued to rise over the past week despite efforts taken to combat the outbreak.

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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.

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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.

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Pahang MB declares war on aedes

Datuk Seri Adnan Yaakob has taken the fight against dengue personally. The Mentri Besar said he would personally inspect and identify uncompleted buildings with mosquito breeding grounds.

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Measles kills 14 in Bakun

Jan 23 to Jan 29: Compiled by WONG LI ZA

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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.

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Dengue death puzzles dad

Salleh Abu Hassan cannot understand how his eight-year-old daughter Asihah Shahirah could have died from dengue fever because he made sure his compound was always clean.

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Errant local councils face RM500 fine

Local authorities, which fail to rid areas under its jurisdiction of aedes mosquito breeding grounds, will be slapped with a maximum RM500 fine.

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Ministry directs schools to reduce outdoor activities

The Education Ministry has directed schools to cut down on outdoor activities between 6am and 8am and 5pm and 8pm to protect their students from the dengue outbreak.

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Surge in dengue cases due to public apathy, says Abdullah

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi says public apathy in keeping their surroundings clean has led to the recent surge in dengue cases in the country.