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Malaria threats to migrant workers in Ethiopia

Each year, thousands of Ethiopians migrate to malaria-infested regions to work in agriculture. Preparing the ground, plowing, sowing seeds, and harvesting are the most common agricultural jobs performed by migrants. According to research, seasonal migratory workers are unlikely to transmit malaria to new or less prevalent regions.  Seasonal migrant laborers...

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New Covid-19 vaccination campaign in Ethiopia

Ethiopia has relaunched its COVID-19 immunization campaign. There has been a rise in the number of patients who have been admitted to the intensive care units in Ethiopia during the last month, according to the state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporation. The state minister argued that the virus’s dynamic nature and citizens’ inability...

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New health care app launched in Ethiopia

An emergency communication program in five languages was produced by the Ethiopian Ministry of Health, Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI), Ministry of Innovation and Technology, and the Mastercard Foundation. Digital Platform 8335, established by the Ministry of Innovation and Technology in collaboration with the Mastercard Foundation, provides information about public...

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Healthcare crisis

Northeast Ethiopia’s malnutrition pandemic is being exacerbated by recent violence, displacement, and a lack of healthcare, food, and water. In the first 48 hours after being admitted to the hospital, two-thirds of severely malnourished toddlers die. An immediate increase in humanitarian relief, including more food, clean water, and medical treatment,...

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HIV and Visceral outbreak 

Guidelines for the management of HIV/AIDS and visceral leishmaniasis have been updated by the World Health Organization (HIV). The new approach places a high value on East Africa and Southeast Asia. Various Leishmania species have the potential to cause leishmaniasis in various parts of the globe. In addition to East Africa...

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Covid-19 is back in Ethiopia

The overall number of Covid-19 cases in Ethiopia has now reached 475,321, according to Monday’s data. In the last 24 hours, 150 Covid-19 patients have recovered, according to the study. There have been 456,332 persons found. There are currently 11,472 confirmed cases. There are at least 12 people in the hospital,...

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Ethiopia under pressure because of new covid cases 

Over the weekend, Ethiopia reported 1,033 new cases of the Coronavirus (Covid-19) and one death. There were more than 10,000 confirmed cases of the Coronavirus on Saturday and Sunday. To far, there have been 475,012 Covid-19 cases reported. Health officials estimate that 456,181 persons have recovered from acute respiratory illness. The number of...

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Boost the Covid-19 vaccination

This month, campaigners warn, a program to boost COVID-19 immunization and assist Victoria’s most vulnerable people will be scrapped following the 2020 public housing tower lockdowns. “High risk” environments such as public housing, trailer parks, rooming houses, and other such places were previously unknown to Tom Symondson, CEO of the...

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Ethiopia copes with Covid-19 danger

The latest infections were confirmed in more than 6,600 people, according to a statement from the ministry on Saturday evening. The Ministry of Health and Welfare announced on the same day that 80 people had recovered from the acute respiratory sickness caused by coronavirus. The new population of the recovering...

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