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700 dead as malaria ‘epidemic’ hits Burundi

700 dead as malaria ‘epidemic’ hits Burundi

Nairobi, Kenya | AFP | About 700 people have died from malaria in Burundi so far this year, the health minister said, with the authorities having registered 1.8 million infections in a rising epidemic.

“Burundi faces a malaria epidemic,” Josiane Nijimbere said Monday, commenting on a World Health Organization (WHO) report.

14 Die Of Malaria In Namibia

14 Die Of Malaria In Namibia

Namibia Health Minister Bernard Haufiku said 14 people died of malaria so far in Namibia, while over 7,000 others are affected, official report said on Tuesday.

Malaria is a life-threatening blood disease caused by parasites transmitted to humans through the bite of the Anopheles mosquito.

Kenya considering harsh penalties for misuse of bed nets

Kenya considering harsh penalties for misuse of bed nets

Kenya is considering enforcing harsh penalties on people who will be found misusing bed nets, Ministry of Health officials have announced.

Mr. Bernard Omondi, Public Health officer in-charge of Homa-bay Sub-county, said at the Homa-bay town of Nyanza region, that the government was getting impatient with people who turn the bed nets to other uses not mean for them.

3.3B people at risk of malaria – WHO country rep

The World Health Organisation (WHO) country representative in The Gambia, Dr Charles Sagoe Moses, has revealed that approximately half of the world’s population, some 3.3 billion people, are at risk of malaria.

He said every year there are about 250 million clinical malaria cases and nearly 1 million deaths.

Malaria outbreak in Northern Namibia

Malaria outbreak in Northern Namibia

The Ministry of Health and Social Services on Wednesday reported a malaria outbreak in the northern part of Namibia which has already claimed thirteen lives in the Kavango region.

According to the ministry’s report Tuesday, the outbreak is mostly severe in Kavango West and East region as well as Ohangwena, Zambezi with about 3,881 cases reported so far.

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