NOTE ON FEVER GUIDELINES FOR KIDS CIRCULATING ONLINE NOT FROM KKH

Dear A.S.S. Editor

KK Women’s and Children Hospital (KKH) have issued a statement indicating that a note circulating online titled “KK Fever Guidelines for Kids (Below 16 Years Old)” was not from them.

KKH stated that “these guidelines are not circulated by KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital”. The note have been circulating online. It was reported that it was published by a group called Grub n’ Grow, which runs a private blog purporting to offer tips on childcare.

The note have since been taken down, with the group indicating this was to prevent any misunderstanding. The note itself was suspicious, as it contained rather poor English, and was not printed with KKH’s letterhead. KKH reminded the public that verified information can be found on their official website.

Kelvin Goh

A.S.S. Contributor

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