The waiting rooms are never empty nowadays. Some healthcare centres had barely 4 patients per day in the high transmission period for malaria, but today between 20 and 30 people make their way there each day as soon as symptoms of the disease appear. (image by bruno decock)
The waiting rooms are never empty nowadays. Some healthcare centres had barely 4 patients per day in the high transmission period for malaria, but today between 20 and 30 people make their way there each day as soon as symptoms of the disease appear.
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