Saturday, January 31, 2009

Dengue Hotspots in Selangor

Those of you who are residing in the following areas in Selangor ought to be more careful as dengue cases are rising:-

(According to districts)
Petaling (Flat A and Flat C Section 7, Terrace A Section 7, Terrace A and Terrace B Section 18, Section U3 Subang Perdana and Section U10 Puncak Perdana);

Kajang (Taman Kajang Perdana, Taman Semenyih Indah, Taman Koperasi Cuepacs Batu 12, Taman Cheras Jaya, Taman Industri Mega, Taman Sri Jelok, Taman Zamrud, Taman Kajang Baru, Taman Kajang Jaya, Section 2 Bandar Sri Putra, Section 2 Bandar Rinching, Zone 1 Taman Sepakat Indah, Zone 1 Section 8 Bandar Baru Bangi, Zon 3 Section 16 Bandar Baru Bangi, Zone 5 Section 16 Bandar Baru Bangi and Zone 4 Taman Bukit Mewah);

Shah Alam (Perdana Apartments Section 13, Flat 18/3 (Eps 2), PKNS Flats Section 20, Section 6 flats, Padang Jawa B, Padang Jawa C, Pangsapuri Anggerik Section 16, Section 10, Section 11, Taman Alam Indah Section 33, Terrace A Section 25, Terrace C Section 27, Terrace A Section 25 and Terrace A Section 8);

Gombak (Bandar Baru Selayang F2, Kampung Laksamana, Taman Pinggiran Batu Caves Z2, Taman Samudera Timur and Taman Sri Gombak Zone 3);

Subang Jaya (Taman Puchong Perdana and Taman Serdang Perdana);

Hulu Selangor (Bandar Baru Batang Kali);

Hulu Langat (Kampung Sg Kantan Kajang and Kajang Prison quarters); and

Sepang (Taman Seroja Zone A).

The overall number of dengue cases recorded from 1 to 25 Jan 2009: 4,521 cases and 13 deaths.
(Source of article: Dengue Hotspots in Selangor - Elizabeth Wong)

Reading: Dengue FAQ - Malaysian Medical Resources
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Tags: Dengue, Dengue Hotspots, Selangor, Health



Blogger Kay Leaf said...

Walao... they never gotong royong one ar?

31 January, 2009 10:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In my hometown we also have a couple of deaths reported caused by dengue..hope we could find a cure for dengue to prevent such deaths from happening..

31 January, 2009 14:28  
Blogger TZ said...

So scary... but at least Selangor is visible ... where is area in KL... I bet there's more.

01 February, 2009 18:10  
Blogger foongpc said...

I think as long as people still don't care about the dangers of dengue, the cases will continue to rise especially during rainy seasons. It's very difficult to prevent it cos the mosquitoes breed in calm water. And water easily collects at construction sites and rubbish dumps and even in the gutter on our house roofs.

01 February, 2009 22:03  
Blogger Convivialdingo said...

I drink tonic water here in the states during the bad mosquito season. We don't normally have many tropical diseases - though west nile fever has been reported.

02 February, 2009 10:12  
Blogger Boris said...

we should all be aware of this. i've heard before that signs of people getting dengue are not that obvious anymore.

02 February, 2009 12:23  
Blogger Johnny Ong said...

kay - it needs everyone's participation also

sollee - still being developed / research

tz - kl is surrounded by selangor. imagine ......

foong - sometimes people will think that "that's not my doings, just let it be".

conviv - so, yr place is safer compared to our tropical weather

boris - tat's dangerous then

03 February, 2009 11:36  

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