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Health dept: Step up fight against Aedes mosquito to check Zika

KUCHING: Dengue hotspots in the country are at risk of becoming Zika hotbeds due to the prevalence of the Aedes mosquito, Health deputy director-general (public health) Datuk Dr Lokman Hakim Sulaiman said.


Apathy among many M’sians not helping in fight against Aedes mosquito

PETALING JAYA: Almost every day, someone is dying of dengue. Now, the Zika virus is here to heighten the danger of the Aedes mosquito. Unfortunately, Malaysians don’t seem to care.


DAP to launch anti Aedes mosquito campaign

SIBU DAP will launch an anti Aedes mosquito campaign at the Tiong Hua Road area tomorrow.


Concerted efforts crucial to get rid of Aedes mosquito

KUCHING: Concerted efforts are needed to prevent the Aedes mosquito from breeding and spreading dengue fever, Deputy Natural Resources and Environment Minister Datuk Seri Dr James Dawos Mamit said.


Too many breeding grounds for aedes mosquito

The high number of dengue and chikungunya cases in Selangor is due to the many aedes mosquito breeding grounds there, said state health director Dr Rosnah Hadis.


Take 10 minutes a day to fight aedes mosquito, urges Mah

Ten minutes a day to clean your compound is all it takes to combat the dreaded aedes mosquito, said Perak executive councillor Dr Mah Hang Soon.

Metro News

Understanding the Aedes mosquito

THE figures make grim reading ­– close to 10,000 dengue cases recorded nationwide since January, with 16 deaths.


Selangor to name and shame govt premises found to have Aedes mosquito breeding grounds

SHAH ALAM (Bernama): The Selangor government has warned that it will soon name and shame any agency or department under the state and federal governments if their office surroundings become breeding grounds for Aedes mosquitoes.

AseanPlus News

6 things to know about the Zika virus spread by Aedes mosquito

SINGAPORE: While there has not been any Zika virus cases detected in Singapore so far, the Ministry of Health (MOH) announced on Sunday that it was monitoring the virus situation closely.


Residents take part in gotong royong to clean up Aedes mosquito breeding sites

WHEN teacher See Doo Su Cheng’s (sic) family members came down with dengue, it was a nightmare for her and all she wants to do now is put it behind her and take safety measures.