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Stay Healthy In Summer

The scorching and dry weather phenomenon currently affecting us should not be taken lightly by the public.

This is because various health problems can occur to individuals who are continuously exposed to excessive heat for a prolonged period.

In today’s scorching weather situation, the Malaysian Ministry of Health (KKM) categorizes it as a heatwave, which is a period of exceptionally high temperatures exceeding the average maximum daily temperature with fairly hot weather conditions.

In Malaysia, a heatwave is defined when the daily maximum temperature exceeds 37 degrees Celsius for three consecutive days.

The public is advised to follow the instructions issued by the authorities and to monitor weather conditions released by the Malaysian Meteorological Department (MetMalaysia).

Individuals working outdoors are also advised to be cautious if the weather is too hot at the moment to avoid the risks associated with high temperatures or heatwaves such as dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion, and heat stroke, which can worsen one’s health.

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