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RTR73S6
September 25, 1997
Nine-year-old Vikneswari Rajagopal breathes from a nebulizer as she seeks treatment for her asthma at...
Malaysia
ASMATIC PATIENT BREATH FROM A NEBULISER AT THE HOSPITAL IN KUALA LUMPUR
Nine-year-old Vikneswari Rajagopal breathes from a nebulizer as she seeks treatment for her asthma at a hospital in Kuala Lumpur, September 25, with her mother Parameswari Munusamy looking on. There has been an increased in haze related sickness, mainly upper respiratory track infections, asthma, conjunctivitis and bronchitis since the country was enveloped with thick fog for the past two weeks. Brunei, Singapore, Malaysia and southern Philippines and parts of Indonesia archipelago have been covered by the smoky haze caused by the burning of huge tracts of bush and forest in Sumatra and the Indonesian half of Borneo island.

MALAYSIA HAZE
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