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WHO provides 1.2 million antibiotics to fight plague in Madagascar

“Plague is curable if detected in time. Our teams are working to ensure that everyone at risk has access to protection and treatment. The faster we move, the more lives we save,” said Dr. Charlotte Ndiaye, WHO Representative in Madagascar.

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WHO provides 1.2 million antibiotics to fight plague in Madagascar

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