329 Cases of Whooping Cough Reported. Sabah Highest Numbers

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329 cases of whopping cough or pertussis have been reported across the country, with Sabah alone recording 181 cases. The public concern is that a potential outbreak of the disease in the country could happen. Last week, the Pahang Health Department confirmed three new cases in Rompin, Pahang, involving a mother and her two children.

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However, Health Director-General Dr Radzi Abu Hassan dismissed talk of an outbreak and reassured Malaysians that the ministry is on top of things. Still, concerns persist over the disease. In the same period last year, a total of 697 cases were reported. Whooping cough is usually treated with antibiotics.

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