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Jumaat, 8 Mac 2013

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HFMD <b>di</b> S&#39;wak membimbangkan, kitarannya kini <b>...</b> - my <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 03:26 PM PST

KUCHING: Penyakit tangan, kaki dan mulut (HFMD) kini menjadi kebimbangan di negeri ini kerana wabak kali ini adalah lebih awal daripada kitarannya iaitu setiap dua tahun.

Menurut Menteri Muda Kesihatan Awam Dr Jerip Susil, wabak terakhir ialah pada 2011 dan menjangkau sehingga 2012 tetapi kini ia sudah mencapai tahap membimbangkan.

"Kawasan panas ialah di Sarikei, Sibu dan Miri dengan di Sibu dan Miri adalah me-ningkat sekarang. Saya setakat ini belum mendapat angka terbaharu tetapi ia memang meningkat," katanya kepada pemberita semalam.

Beliau ditemui selepas menyempurnakan penyerahan baucar Bantuan Rakyat 1Malaysia (BR1M) kepada 679 penerima di daerah Padawan, di Pejabat Daerah Kecil Padawan, dekat sini.

Bagi Kuching, Dr Jerip berkata ia ada merekodkan kes tetapi belum mencapai tahap wabak lagi.

"Angkanya belum mencapai 317 kes berbanding Sibu dan Miri di mana ia sudah mencapai tahap wabak kerana melebihi 317 kes," katanya.

Justeru, ADUN Bengoh itu menjelaskan pemantauan sedang dilakukan sekarang iaitu melibatkan semua tadika.

"Pasukan pengawasan kami akan ke semua tadika swasta dan tadika di sekolah," kata-nya.

Menjelaskan puncanya, Dr Jerip berkata ia kemungkinan disebabkan kekerapan perjalanan terutama semasa perayaan serta musim hujan dan buah-buahan.

Sehubungan itu, beliau menasihati ibu bapa khususnya anak mereka yang dijangkiti HFMD agar tidak membe-narkan mereka keluar rumah sekurang-kurangnya selama seminggu.

Tambah beliau, tadika juga perlu ditutup selama seminggu jika mereka mempunyai kes HFMD atau terdapat simptom penyakit bagi melindungi pelajar lain.

"Saya mahu orang ramai tahu bahawa kita mempu-nyai potensi wabak di seluruh Sarawak.

"Semua orang perlu sedar tentang situasi ini agar ia tidak menjadi membimbangkan.

"Apabila ini berlaku, semua orang mesti memberi perhatian dengan penjaga keber-sihan sendiri," katanya.

Category: Berita Tempatan, Sarawak

SUPP Bengoh all out to bring victory to BN in Mambong - my <b>Sarawak</b>

Posted: 07 Mar 2013 10:54 AM PST

BN CARES: Dr Jerip (right) presenting the BR1M vouchers to one of the village chiefs.

BN CARES: Dr Jerip (right) presenting the BR1M vouchers to one of the village chiefs.

KUCHING: Sarawak United People's Party (SUPP) Bengoh branch will ensure that Barisan Nasional (BN) retain Mambong parliamentary seat in the coming general election.

For that reason, the party will particularly mobilise young party members to help the BN candidate.

According to the party's branch chairman Dr Jerip Susil, although the party had yet to meet with other BN component parties in the area, the party was now moving around.

"When we talk about the election, we (SUPP) will help and I can tell you now that our (SUPP) election machinery is already moving on the ground.

"And what we are doing is to promote and strengthen BN for the parliamentary election," Dr Jerip told reporters yesterday, after presenting 1Malaysia People's Aid (BR1M) 2.0 at Padawan sub-district office, about 40 kilometres from here along Jalan Puncak Borneo.

Dr Jerip, who is Assistant Minister of Public Health, pointed out that the party was helping to discuss and address pertinent issues in the area.

He, however, did not go into details about the issues.

Bengoh is under Mambong seat, where incumbent Datuk Dr James Dawos, who is Deputy Tourism Minister, is widely tipped to defend the seat for BN.

In his speech, Dr Jerip said BR1M was a testimony that BN government cared for the people and those in need.

In view of this, he urged the people to reciprocate the good deeds of BN by continuing to work with and support the government.

"It is crucial for the people to work with the government to repel both internal and external threats because if we are unstable, nothing can be done by the government to develop us," he pointed out.

He explained that the government was able to give BR1M to the people after having reduced subsidies like for diesel and sugar, among others.

Some 679 eligible recipients from 10 villages in Padawan received the BR1M under the first batch.

Among those present were Padawan sub-district SAO Rangen Jamang and Cr Munded Banat, who represented Dawos.

Category: Local, Sarawak

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