Malaria vaccine: WHO officials give historic jab go-ahead in Africa • FRANCE 24 English

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FRANCE 24 English published this video item, entitled “Malaria vaccine: WHO officials give historic jab go-ahead in Africa • FRANCE 24 English” – below is their description.

The decision followed a review of a pilot programme deployed since 2019 in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi in which more than two million doses were given of the vaccine, first made by the pharmaceutical company GSK in 1987.

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