Global Health warns of the spread of this virus … This continent is the most affected!


The World Health Organization announced today, Monday, that gaps in funding processes have undermined efforts to limit the spread of malaria, especially on the African continent, where Covid-19 disease caused by infection with the emerging coronavirus is also expected to cause other setbacks.

A recent WHO report indicated that in 2019, 229 million cases of malaria were reported in the world, and this number has remained almost unchanged over the last four years.

The disease caused about 409,000 deaths worldwide in 2019 compared to 411,000 deaths in 2018, most of them in Africa, as it accounted for more than 90% of the total cases in the world.

The organization said that with adequate funding, it will be possible to successfully fight malaria, a disease that can be prevented and treated.

In 2000, African leaders signed a pledge to reduce malaria mortality by half over a ten-year period, which led to a steady increase in funding and an “unprecedented period of success” in the following years, according to the World Health Organization, and since 2000 the continent has managed to reduce Malaria deaths increased by 44%, from 680,000 cases to 384,000 cases annually.

The organization added that when the funding decreased, the number of injuries and deaths due to disease increased, and the Corona pandemic doubled the tragedy and posed other challenges to providing the necessary health services, according to the organization’s report.

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