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COUNCILLOR for Zone 45A Bandar Baru Klang, Ngian Yoke Mooi, urged residents to set aside 10 minutes daily to clean up potential breeding sites in their compound to fight the dreaded Aedes mosquito.
Taman Melawati Residents Association (TMRA) in Ampang organised a gotong-royong from Jalan I 1 to Jalan I 10 as a proactive measure in the fight against dengue.
THE increase in dengue cases nationwide in the first half of the year is at an alarming number.
At the end of July, there were 75, 913 cases with 111 fatalities against 40, 320 cases with 66 deaths during the same period last year.
SUBANG JAYA: A total of 201 dengue cases were recorded within the jurisdiction of the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) during the first week of July, says Selangor Health, Welfare, Women and Family Empowerment Committee chairman Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud.
AMPANG Jaya residents are advised to take the dengue threat seriously as there is a 106% increase in cases so far compared to the corresponding period last year.
HEALTH inspectors with Klang Municipal Council (MPK) are visiting schools in the district to ensure that water storage containers are tipped over and flush cisterns and toilet bowls are covered in a bid to eliminate Aedes mosquito breeding sites.
WHAT would have cost RM20 to trap mosquitoes in the past can now be easily made for less than a fraction of the price using mineral water bottles, tape, soft netting and non-toxic insect glue.
THE dengue virus can persist in Aedes mosquitoes for up to five successive insect generations before they are free of it – with each generation capable of infecting the population with the virus.
AFTER 111 days, the dengue outbreak at Desa Lembah Permai flats in Ampang shows no sign of decreasing.
SELANGOR will use a new biological vector control management method to fight dengue.