News Outlets Continue To Report On 2018 Malaria Vaccine Pilot Program Rollout

Al Jazeera: WHO: Malaria vaccine to be ‘real life’ tested in Africa
“The world’s first malaria vaccine will be available in selected areas of Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi from 2018, according to the World Health Organization (WHO)…” (4/24).

CNN: First malaria vaccine to be widely tested in Africa next year (Christensen, 4/24).

Devex: Behind the scenes on new malaria vaccine pilot rollout (Roby, 4/25).

Newsweek: First Malaria Vaccine to Pilot in Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi in 2018 (Gaffey, 4/24).

Quartz: It took decades of research, but the world’s first malaria vaccine is finally ready for showtime (Foley, 4/24).

Reuters: Ghana, Kenya, and Malawi to pilot GSK malaria vaccine from 2018 (Kelland, 4/24).

VOA News: Kenya, Ghana, Malawi Chosen for Breakthrough Malaria Vaccine Trial (Ridgwell, 4/24).

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