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What To Know About The New Malaria Vaccine

With close to half a million deaths from malaria in 2019, mostly in sub-Saharan Africa, the World Health Organization has approved for the first time a new vaccine that scientists have spent decades working on. However, with only a 30 to 40 percent efficacy, some have questioned its worth among… You must be registered to […]Read More

BioNTech Says Malaria Vaccine Is in Production

German drugmaker BioNTech has announced its new production of an mRNA-based vaccine to prevent malaria, the longstanding disease that has affected millions of people in Africa and other parts of the world. The company, which developed America’s first authorized coronavirus vaccine with U.S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer, said clinical trials shots would begin by the end of 2022. […]Read More

New Oxford Vaccine Proven To Be Effective Against Malaria

A newly developed vaccine by the same team behind the Oxford coronavirus jab has shown great promises in the fight against Malaria. The vaccine has been found to be 77 per cent effective in providing protection against the mosquito-borne disease, in what is a major scientific breakthrough for the world. The new vaccine broke the World […]Read More