LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)-The Malawi government through Ministry of Health (MoH) this week rolled out Oral Cholera Vaccines (OCV) in a bid to control the disease’ outbreak.
The ministry’s spokesperson Joshua Malango told The Maravi Post in an interview that implementation of the vaccine started to the people of Nkhata Bay and Salima districts
Malango said the vaccines have proven to be effective in controlling the cholera outbreaks in the country as evidenced in the districts where the vaccines were administered.
The vaccines were first administered in Karonga, Chikwawa and Zomba districts among others.
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