Haze from Indonesia - Toxic vapor in the Streets (City) against the Zika-Virus!


Dec 3, 2010
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Almost everyone.... not heard of many people dying from Haze yet... nor pesticides used to kill mosquito...

....much to your statement.


over 100.000 deaths in 2015 (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia)

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/1089729/study-se-asia-haze-crisis-killed-over-100-000-in-2015


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as the whole world knows there is in singapore no free media.
Everything is controlled and censored.
Therefore there are no deaths in singapore from Haze!
 

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diver-hloc

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#4
....much to your statement.


over 100.000 deaths in 2015 (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia)

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/1089729/study-se-asia-haze-crisis-killed-over-100-000-in-2015


pp/
as the whole world knows there is in singapore no free media.
Everything is controlled and censored.
Therefore there are no deaths in singapore from Haze!

That statement is true before the age of internet and social media... you been reading lots of foreign news and Facebook posting regarding Singaporeans dying by the dozens due to local haze plus the spraying of pesticides ??
 

#5
It's more than just haze.

"Killer haze from forest fires that raged across Indonesia last year may have caused more than 100,000 premature deaths in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia, according to a new report that suggests a drastically higher death toll than Indonesian government figures." - Sydney Morning Herald

http://www.smh.com.au/world/toxic-h...sed-100000-deaths-report-20160919-grjo4n.html
 

adamadam

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....much to your statement.


over 100.000 deaths in 2015 (Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia)

http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/asia/1089729/study-se-asia-haze-crisis-killed-over-100-000-in-2015


pp/
as the whole world knows there is in singapore no free media.
Everything is controlled and censored.
Therefore there are no deaths in singapore from Haze!
Be careful, you might get censored! lol :bsmilie:
 

Bukitimah

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I don't think we can dispute the fact that haze due to burning of the forest has big impact on human health and were linked to death. Otherwise NEA would not have to ban open burning and we don't have to spend billions to address this concern.

Fumigation is also not a good method of controlling mosquitoes breeding but that is the least we could do to appease public that something is done. We definitely do not welcome haze and for Zika, we just have to embrace and treat it as part of another virus to contain it. Can we ever eliminate mosquitoes? We can only control their breeding grounds.