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πŸ’‰ Three West African countries begin vaccinating against malaria

Benin, Liberia, and Sierra Leone have started vaccinating children against malaria. The vaccine has shown a significant reduction in malaria diseases and child mortality in initial African pilot programs.

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🦟 Cape Verde reaches milestone – free from malaria

Cape Verde has been declared free from malaria by WHO. No cases of local transmission have been reported for three years, thanks to strengthened health care systems and increased access to diagnosis and treatment.

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πŸ’‰ "Possible to eradicate Malaria within ten years"

New vaccines against malaria are hailed as one of the most important scientific advances. The vaccines Mosquirix and R21 reduce both the prevalence and mortality of malaria.

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πŸ’‰ 13% decline in child deaths thanks to malaria vaccine

Malaria claims the lives of half a million children every year, but the number is dropping thanks to new vaccines.

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πŸ’‰ A leap forward in the battle against malaria: 18 million vaccine doses for 12 African nations

Over the last three years, a significant decrease in child deaths due to malaria was observed, owing to the world's first malaria vaccine. Now 12 African countries are to receive 18 million doses of the malaria vaccine.