Selangor sees alarming spike in dengue cases since end of MCO

Selangor sees alarming spike in dengue cases since end of MCO

2 months ago

SHAH ALAM – The number of daily dengue cases in Selangor has increased at an alarming rate since the end of the movement control order as the social sector is now open as usual, the state assembly was told today.

Selangor Public Health, Unity and Women and Family Empowerment committee chairman Dr Siti Mariah Mahmud said this trend had been observed since the 46th epidemiological week, in which a total of 31,822 dengue cases were reported at the end of the epidemiology week ended November 19.

“This is an increase of 131.5% or 18,077 cases compared with the same week last year, which recorded 13,745 cases,” she said when replying to a question from Harumaini Omar (Batang Kali-BN).

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