Dengue Kills-Stay protected from Zika & Dengue for FREE* worth more than RM600

Are you aware of zika and dengue outbreaks? Ridpest is giving FREE (1 time treatment) if you are a pregnant mother or dengue patient. Protect yourself and your family from mosquito bites with Ridmozzie Outdoor and Indoor. It is a proven effective and NON TOXIC solution to control Aedes genus that carries ZIKA and the deadly DENGUE virus.

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Benefits of Ridmozzie Outdoor

  • Less harmful chemical used, Safe to humans, flora and fauna
  • Reduce usage of Insecticide, uses PlantZom Technology a plant based organic formulation
  • Long-lasting protections (up to 28 days)
  • Indoor treatment using a very ecofriendly repellant.
  • Save time and sustainable costs
  • Non-invasive / no extra space needed
  • It’s proven (significant reduction in mosquitoes of 70% to 85%)
  • Dengue Free 100% Moneyback Guarantee**

Benefits of Ridmozzie Indoor 2 in 1 

  • Repels Aedes that carries Dengue and Zika virus
  • Disinfect your home from air-borne bacteria.

How to qualify for free 1 time treatment outdoor & indoor (worth more than RM600)

  1. You need to proof that you are a pregnant mother by submit your appointment card to upload here.
  2. If you are dengue patient by submit your medical report to upload here.

* First 100 qualified pregnant woman Or dengue patients’ home will be treated with Ridmozzie Outdoor of PlantZom spraying and maximum 5 units of Ridmozzie Indoor treatment.

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For further inquiries, please contact us at 1-800-88-1777. Want to know more about RidMozzie? Click here.

50% Rise in Dengue Deaths

Last year, the number of dengue cases paints a scary picture. There was a more than 50% jump in the number of deaths caused by dengue compared to 2014.

According to the Health Ministry, was the highest number of dengue deaths ever recorded in the country.

According to the ministry, 336 people – an average of 28 a month – died from dengue last year compared to 215 in 2014, a rise of 56.3%.

There was also an increase of 11.2% in the number of dengue cases throughout last year, up from 108,698 in 2014 to 120,836 cases.

That’s 333 cases a month or 110 cases each day!

The ministry is now cautioning people to brace for an equally bad, if not worse, year ahead.

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The second attack worse : Say No To Aedes

Aedes mosquitoes bite humans are active during the day rather than at dawn or dusk only ! Some 2.5 billion people, or about 40 percent of the global population, are at risk from dengue, WHO says. The disease infects between 50 to 100 million people a year. The most severe form afflicts some 500,000 a year, killing an estimated 2.5 percent or 22,000 [1].   In Malaysia, The number of dengue cases reported this year is close to 65,000, which is more than the corresponding period last year. Worse of all, the death toll is 157, which is double of same corresponding last year [2].

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New Mom dies of dengue three days after giving birth

Three more dengue fever fatalities were found in Johor Baru this week including a 28-year-old woman in Taman Kobena who had just given birth and died of dengue fever after three days.

The other victims were an 11-year-old girl in Taman Daya and and a 35-year-old Bangladeshi man in Taman Desa Cemerlang. They died between July 5 and 11.
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Dengue Is Deadlier That It Used To Be, According to History

Dengue fever has existed for more than 300 years. During most of that time, it was described as unpleasant, but seldom a deadly disease. However, once a lethal variant called dengue haemorrhagic fever or DHF appeared in the 1950s, the intensity, frequency and deadliness of the disease outbreaks have started.

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Dengue fever outbreaks : 6 Simple Habits To Prevent Mosquito Bites

Updated: July 3, 2015

The hot tropical climate of Malaysia presents a perfect opportunity for mosquitoes to thrive and spread diseases. Dengue is one of them. According to various sources [1], The number of dengue cases reported this year is close to 50,000, a 74% increase over the corresponding period last year. Worse of all, the death toll is 157, which is double of same corresponding last year [2]. The new strain is also causing inflammation to the brain along with “acute liver failure” and inflammation of the liver. Reeling from a severe dengue outbreak, the Health Ministry is still searching for answers. Unfortunately, wherever you are, in a jungle or high-rising building, there is no guarantee that you will escape mosquito bites. However, there are habits that, if you maintain on a daily basis, will you guard you and your family from mosquito harm.
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