Burundi Faces Epidemic Levels Of Malaria, With Half Of Population Infected, 1.8K Dead This Year

The Guardian: Burundi malaria outbreak at epidemic levels as half of population infected
“A serious outbreak of malaria in Burundi has reached epidemic proportions, killing almost as many people as the Ebola crisis in the nearby Democratic Republic of the Congo. The outbreak in the tiny Great Lakes country has infected almost half the total population, killing about 1,800 people since the beginning of the year…” (Beaumont, 8/8).

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