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21 Jan
More than a million people worldwide die each year from infections linked to microbes resistant to antibiotics, a new study has found. Researchers describe the threat as "one of the greatest challenges facing humanity."
7 Oct 2021
The World Health Organization on Wednesday endorsed the RTS,S/AS01 malaria vaccine, the first against the mosquito-borne disease that kills more than 400,000 people a year, mostly African children.
27 Jul 2021
After developing a coronavirus vaccine in record time, the German pharmaceutical company aims to start trialing a malaria shot next year using the same breakthrough mRNA technology.
1 Jul 2021
China has become the 40th country to be declared malaria-free. An expert team traveled in May this year to verify China's malaria-free status. It has not had an indigenous case for four years.
2 May 2021
Luz Martínez has contracted malaria three times in Venezuela, the last time when she was six months pregnant with her fourth child in a low-income neighbourhood. She lives in Los Montones, a community in the eastern Anzoategui state, where many local residents fear malaria more than the Covid-19 pandemic, which has overwhelmed hospitals in the South American country.
23 Apr 2021
Ahead of World Malaria Day on April 25, the WHO announced plans to stamp out malaria from 25 countries in five years such. The agency had supported 21 countries to bring their malaria caseloads to zero by 2020.
6 Dec 2020
The WHO is worried that it will fail to reach the goals set in the fight against malaria. Death rates are expected to rise sharply again in 2020 because resources are being diverted to fighting the coronavirus pandemic.
24 Apr 2020
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22 Apr 2020
Zimbabwe's health system is being stretched even further by malaria outbreaks that have killed at least 131 people. Also, Burkina Faso and Ghana have started to ease coronavirus lockdown measures but the number of cases continue to rise in both countries and there are fears that the changes have come too early. And finally, in Gabon, masks are now compulsory but the majority of poeple still lack equipment and are struggling economically.
18 Feb 2020
We drink crude oil to cure malaria, typhoid - Nigerian community
28 Nov 2019
Drones have taken to the skies over Zanzibar, spraying paddy fields with a solution that drowns mosquito pupae and larvae to fight malaria.

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