The first anti-malarial vaccination will be done in this country


Saturday, January 25, 2020

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The first anti-malarial vaccination will be done in this country

The first anti-malarial vaccination will be done in this country

A vaccine has been launched against children in three African countries. Vaccinations have been started in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi, and malaria is the highest prevalence of malaria in the region. The vaccine for children in Kenya and Ghana, including Malawi, which is a South African country, will provide full protection against the disease. The new vaccine is forty percent more effective. Experts say the battle against malaria continues. In these cases, the germs are not supportive at times, so the risk is increasing. The vaccine will prevent the disease by giving it to the children.
Four million people die of malaria every year in African countries, two-thirds of whom are children under five. Malaria is a symptom of headache, fever.
Mothers also lose their jobs because of malaria. Because of this area, maize and sugarcane are cultivated in the area. As the mosquitoes are high in monsoon, the risk is high during that time. Vaccination is going to reduce it. Currently medical teams visit there twice a month, and malaria vaccines are being brought through portable cold.
According to health workers, the vaccine cannot replace the vaccine. Pesticide mosquitoes are an effective remedy in this. It takes three decades to produce a new vaccine, and malaria causes five types of parasitic germs. Due to mosquitoes, soporozoites are spread by parasitic organisms in the body. If they go to the liver, their numbers increase and they come back to blood.

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