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Johor on Zika alert at entry points

JOHOR BARU: All Johor Health Department staff and personnel on duty at entry points have been instructed to scan tourists coming into the state from Zika-infected countries.


Johor Health Dept apologises over confusion on Pasir Gudang death rumour

PETALING JAYA: The Johor Health Department has apologised over confusion arising from a statement it issued on the death rumour in relation to the Pasir Gudang chemical dumping incident.


Johor Health Dept and govt agencies spend about RM55mil on those undergoing dialysis and heart treatment

ISKANDAR PUTERI: The Johor Health Department and state government agencies spent RM54.93 mil last year on patients undergoing dialysis and heart treatment and on buying support equipment.


Johor Health Dept warns of fake news about toxic fumes incident

PETALING JAYA: The Johor Health Department rubbished viral messages that the toxic fumes incident in Johor has claimed lives and that a red alert has been issued by one of its hospitals.


MERS virus: No new case detected, says Johor health department

JOHOR BARU: The state health department have not detected any new cases of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome-coronavirus (MERS-CoV) here.

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Keeping the public safe

JOHOR BARU: Johor Health Department has confiscated RM24,089 worth of unregistered health products and cosmetics in an operation around shops in Masai and Pasir Gudang here.

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Dept: We have no ties with birth companion services

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Health Department has denied claims of collaborations or working closely with any organisation or individuals offering doula (birth companion) services.


Report errant smokers in eateries, says Johor Health Dept

JOHOR BARU: The Johor Health Department is ready to ensure smokers abide by tighter rules when the smoking ban at all eateries takes off on the first day of 2019.

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Sungai Kim Kim pollution victims under watch

JOHOR BARU: State authorities will continue to monitor the health of the 26 residents affected by the toxic chemical pollution at Sungai Kim Kim near Pasir Gudang in March, said Johor Health Department director Dr Selahuddeen Abdul Aziz.