Prevention starts with good hygiene

By Jude Toyat
@judetbpseeds

 

A TOTAL OF 600 STUDENTS from SK Semerah Padi participated in the National Hygiene Campaign held at the school on May 7 organised by Antabax in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Health. The national campaign aimed to create awareness of infectious diseases such as HFMD and how to reduce the spread through interactive educational and awareness activities across the nation.

 

Students looking excited for the event.

Students looking excited for the event.

Students showing the practice of proper washing hands.

Students demonstrating proper hand-washing techniques.

A total of 600 students attended the launching of National Hygiene Campaign at SK Semerah Padi on May 7.

600 students attended the launching of National Hygiene Campaign at SK Semerah Padi on May 7.

Students looking forward to learn the proper techniques of washing hands from the organiser.

Students looking forward to learning the proper techniques of washing hands.

Lam Soon Edible Oils Sdn Bhd, Group Product Manager (Household and Personal care Marketing Division) Angeline Sim giving a brief talk to the students that attended the event.

Lam Soon Edible Oils Sdn Bhd Household and Personal care Marketing divsion Angeline Sim giving a brief talk on the importance of personal hygiene in preventing the spread of HFMD and other communicable diseases.

Students made a pledge to fully commit to the campaign and to change their health habits for the better.

Students pledging to fully commit to the cleanliness campaign and to change their personal hygiene practice for the better.

A special appearance by the cuddly Antabax mascot, Germbuster enliven the event.

A special appearance by the cuddly Antabax mascot, Germbuster.

Group photo of the students with Germbuster

A show of hands by the students with Germbuster in the background

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