World Malaria Day: Governments urged to prevent rise in deaths

WHO officials are warning governments to move fast to contain outbreaks.

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    On World Malaria Day, health officials are warning governments to move fast to prevent a rise in Malaria-related deaths.

    In Kenya, thousands of people have lost their homes after seasonal torrential rains destroyed them. Now, mosquitos are thriving in the wet climate and many displaced people have contracted Malaria.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.


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