Drugs Health Pharma

Cholera kills 1,766 people in Jan-April period, vaccines in short supply 

HQ Team May 17, 2024: More than 1,700 people have died globally due to cholera in the four months ended April amid a.

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Drugs Health Pharma

WHO maintains global cholera risk at “very high” category

HQ Team December 8, 2023: The current global risk from cholera is “very high” with vaccines running short of demand, the World Health.

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Climate Health Pharma

Cholera outbreaks worldwide rising as floods, droughts batter planet Earth

HQ Team September 23, 2023: The global incidence of cholera doubled in 2022 year-on-year because rising floods, droughts and cyclones due to climate.

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Drugs Health Medical Pharma

Global risk of cholera continues to be ‘very high’: WHO

HQ Team June 2, 2023: Shortage of oral vaccines and overstretched public health and medical professionals are contributing to the spread of cholera,.

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Climate Drugs Health Pharma

Deadly cholera outbreak in Malawi claims 1,210 lives: WHO

The deadliest outbreak of cholera in the history of Malawi, a landlocked country in southeastern Africa, has claimed 1,210 lives, according to the.

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Drugs Pharma

Covid-19 viral genome sequence sharing with WHO falls 90%

The number of sequences to detect the presence of the Covid-19 viral genome, being shared with WHO, has dropped by more than 90%,.

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Climate Health Medical

Cholera deaths cross 500 in Malawi; schools remain closed

Malawi cholera deaths cross 500 and government decides to keep primary schools closed

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Drugs Medical Pharma

83% of all Africans yet to receive a single Covid-19 vaccine dose

A third of the world’s population has still not received a single dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, including 83% of all Africans, according.

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Climate Health

Cholera endemic claims lives of 183 people in Malawi

HQ Team November 8, 2022: At least 183 people have died since March due to a cholera epidemic sweeping Malawi, a landlocked country.

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Drugs Medical

Cholera vaccine shortage forces one-dose strategy: WHO

Shortage of cholera vaccines forces global agencies to shift to single doses instead of recommended two

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