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Top Ten News Items on Health, 14th July 2023

70% of diphtheria cases in Nigeria affect children between 2 and 14 — NCDC. WHO, Borno target 494,498 individuals on vaccination against yellow fever. Nigeria’s exclusion from malaria vaccine rollout will derail 2030 eradication goal – NMA. Deadly virus sweeps through Europe, Africa, Middle East. Food shortage: Tinubu declares state of emergency, plans 500,000 hectares farmland. Low research volume, investment worsen Nigeria’s healthcare outcomes. Anthrax: FCTA sets to heighten surveillance against outbreak. WHO, USAID to tackle malnutrition among North East children. FG tasks organizations to expand operations in healthcare services. Nigeria says over 3.5 million children suffer from diarrhea.


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