Thursday, May 7, 2015   

Malaysia’s dengue infections soar to 13,915
(02-20 16:32)

Dengue fever infections have rocketed in Malaysia and infections have surpassed 13,000 so far this year.
Media reports said today 2,265 infections have been reported just last week alone.
The number of infections this year have surged by more than 300 percent to 13,915, the New Straits Times reported.
So far this year, six deaths from the killer virus have been reported.


   
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