In a tropical country like Malaysia, dengue is a constant threat. With rain falling all year round, the rain water tends to get clogged up in pots, pans, pails, plastic bags or anything that can hold water. These are the most common places where the Aedes mosquito will breed.
Despite that, the power to prevent the spread of dengue lies in your hands. You can play a part in preventing Aedes mosquitoes from breeding by cleaning up your own compound at least once a week. Keep yourself updated about the early symptoms of dengue by clicking here.
If you think you are showing symptoms of dengue, please see a doctor immediately. It may help save your life.
So let’s work together hand in hand to prevent the spread of the Aedes mosquito and dengue!