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THE virus-carrying Aedes mosquitoes have grown immune to traditional methods of population control and is adapting well to the changing environment.
BATU GAJAH: Klang Valley folks who are facing water rationing should regularly check their water pails and containers for Aedes mosquitoes and larvae.
MALACCA: With the spike of dengue cases in the historic city, two childhood friends decided to mellow down their Lunar New Year festive fever and embark on an all-out war against the deadly aedes mosquitoes.
PETALING JAYA: Fourteen construction sites in Selangor have been ordered to stop work as the premises harboured aedes mosquitoes.
TAWAU: A total of eleven building owners and tenants in Taman Apas Permai here have been fined after Aedes mosquitoes were found to be breeding at their premises.
KOTA BARU: The Health Ministry has ordered immediate action to eradicate Aedes mosquitoes at waste disposal sites nationwide.
MALAYSIANS should take precautionary measures to rid their homes of the aedes mosquitoes and potential breeding spots before they travel during the Hari Raya Aidilifitri holidays and after they return home.
KOTA SAMARAHAN: A car workshop owner's refusal to pay a compound of RM500 for breeding aedes mosquitoes has landed him with a bigger fine.
THE sudden increase in dengue cases in Selangor this year has led to the setting up of several community-based volunteer groups and task forces by the local councils to help combat the menace.
THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council will be implementing a new method to destroy Aedes larvae to prevent deugue fever.