Concern over sudden spike in cases

Parents are worried over the sudden spike in the hand, foot, and mouth disease (#HFMD) among schoolchildren, coupled with the increase in #dengue cases. Read more:

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20/5/2022 11:13:00 AM

Parents are worried over the sudden spike in the hand, foot, and mouth disease ( HFMD ) among schoolchildren, coupled with the increase in dengue cases. Read more:

PETALING JAYA: Parents are ­worried over the sudden spike in the hand, foot, and mouth disease ( HFMD ) among schoolchildren, coupled with the increase in dengue cases.

PETALING JAYA: Parents are worried over the sudden spike in the hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD) among schoolchildren, coupled with the increase in dengue cases.Mohd Tarmizi Hussain, 33, an engineer, said his four-year-old daughter was infected with HFMD after she came home from the nursery.

“Initially she had a fever and then started to develop red spots like chicken pox rashes all over her body. I was really worried when there were rashes in her mouth too. We immediately sought medical help,” he said yesterday.He added that it took about a week for his daughter to recover but believed that more can be done by authorities to curb the spread at kindergartens and nurseries.

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