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At least 90 people have died in Mozambique from malaria and diarrheal diseases in the first three weeks of 2020, particularly in the central and northern regions of the country. This represents a reduction compared to the same period of 2019, when 128 deaths were recorded.
“These diseases are associated with rain and the hindering of access to health units,” the head of the Epidemiology at the Ministry of Health, Lorna Gujral, told Radio Mozambique
According to Gujral, the deaths – from the 521,000 cases diagnosed – occurred mainly in Niassa, Cabo Delgado, Nampula, Zambézia and Sofala provinces.
By comparison, and also mainly in central and northern Mozambique, heavy rains accompanied by lightning have already killed at least 60 people and displaced nearly 70,000 citizens this year.Source: A Verdade
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