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From ANNOYED of Batu Gajah.
Work to demolish the 17 blocks of flats in Indera Mahkota here, which have become a breeding ground for aedes mosquitoes and a favourite haunt for drug addicts, is expected to begin in two weeks.
From Dr MOHAN A. RAO, Medical Entomologist (Retired), World Health Organisation, India
The state health committee is alarmed over the high number of dengue fever cases reported in the city.
The Education Ministry will work with the Health Ministry to intensify efforts in disseminating information and creating awareness on dengue fever to schools nationwide.
IN the Sim residence, dust, dirt and grime have a very short lifespan. These filthy felons are swiftly taken into custody before they can settle comfortably onto any surface. The vacuum cleaner sucks up layers of dust particles, the mop goes on a swabbing spree while wet cloths are rubbed over sticky tabletops.
Consultant paediatrician Datin Dr REBECCA GEORGE offers her insights about a disease that may not appear to be as pressing as SARS, but continues to exact its toll in our population - dengue fever.
From KATIE ANG, Kuala Lumpur (via e-mail)
B>SINGAPORE:/BSix people died from dengue fever last year, the highest in the past four years, with the Aedes mosquito leaving its ugly mark on 4,772 people in all.
The dengue season is back due to the weather pattern the country is experiencing, disease control director Dr Ramlee Rahmat said.