New York World Health Organization (WHO) and many other pharmaceuticals companies conducted the first Malaria prevention vaccination test after long research and billions of dollars investment. No particular vaccine developed for malaria so far, but other medicines used for potential protection from Malaria. Millions of people throughout the world faced death due to this disease. Most of the deaths caused by fever are due to Malaria. World Health Organization reported last year on the world’s Malaria prevention day that they are working to make a vaccine called RTSS for Malaria prevention, and announced that it would test in April 2019. And now the World Health Organization started its trial.
The first malaria prevention vaccination test started from Malawi, Africa by the World Health Organization. According to the World Health Organization, Malawi counts in those countries where malaria has the highest casualties. Initially, this vaccine will test only in Malawi, in the second phase, this vaccine will check in Ghana and Kenya. According to the World Health Organization, this vaccine test program will continue for four years. And in this duration children from 2-5 months of age will be vaccinated four times a year. Initially, One dose every three months for three times and the last dose will be after 18 months of the third dose.
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