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PETALING JAYA: While cases of Covid-19 currently dominate the news, cases of dengue fever have also been on the rise in the country.
KUALA LUMPUR: The government should immediately review the need to spray disinfectant on areas that are not commonly touched by people, says Universiti Malaya Emeritus Professor Datuk Dr Lam Sai Kit.
HEALTH inspectors with Klang Municipal Council (MPK) have ordered its workers to disinfect public places using a bleach-based solution to stem the transmission of Covid-19.
WHENEVER a construction site mishap happens, all eyes are on the incident and manpower-strapped Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) safety officers work long hours to find the root cause of the incident.
THE fight against dengue in Penang has escalated to ‘biological weaponry’.
GEORGE TOWN: Penang has released mosquitoes infected with a harmless bacteria known as Wolbachia to reduce the population of wild dengue-transmitting Aedes mosquitoes.
SUBANG JAYA Municipal Council’s (MPSJ) Program Generasi Bestari (Smart Gen) MPSJ has introduced two new elements to its “Love the River” and “Green Corner of Recycled Goods” programmes.
BEIJING/CANBERRA/MANILA: Researchers from Australia's national science body have successfully genetically engineered mosquitoes that are resistant to spreading dengue virus - the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) annoounced on Saturday (Jan 18).
KUALA LUMPUR: Contrary to popular belief, dengue infection is less likely to be contracted at home or at the workplace, but somewhere in between.