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17 dengue hotspots detected in Subang Jaya municipality

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.

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Public told to watch out for mosquito breeding spots during rainy season

THE public is advised to be alert of their surroundings for potential mosquito breeding spots during the rainy season.

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Handing over dengue control to residents

RESIDENTS have been tasked with taking on a proactive role to combat dengue in Selangor.

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Subang Jaya folk join council in efforts to fight disease

SUBANG JAYA assemblyman Michelle Ng said the community’s efforts in reducing dengue statistics in her constituency should not be underestimated.

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Dengue squad to involve schoolchildren in awareness efforts

THE newly launched Dengue Squad 2018 in Subang Jaya aims to raise awareness of the disease among the younger generation.

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Recruiting students in war on dengue

IN A bid to reduce the number of dengue cases in the municipality, Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) has introduced dengue squads in schools within its jurisdiction.


MPSJ: Decreasing dengue cases not an excuse to dial back efforts

SUBANG Jaya residents should not be complacent with the lower number of dengue cases being recorded there and they need to continue with efforts to keep their surroundings clean, the local council said.


Working with the community to fight dengue

IN A bid to curb dengue, mosquito traps have been set up at Lagoon Perdana Apartments in PJS 9/1, Bandar Sunway.


FTs, Selangor step up anti-dengue fight

IT’S DENGUE season again, with Health Ministry statistics showing 3,108 cases in Kuala Lumpur and Putrajaya alone as of week 22. There were 17 deaths.


MPSJ mulls lower fee for resubmission of factory plans

THE Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is studying the feasibility of reducing the permit processing fee for factories with illegal extensions so the operators can resubmit their plans.