There has been a 400 percent increase in measles in Africa as a result of delays in vaccinating children, according to the World Health Organization
Twenty percent of African countries reported measles outbreaks in the first quarter of this year, which is higher than in 2021. The region has experienced an outbreak of nearly 17,500,000 in between January and March
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) have warned that the incidence of the disease this year has reached 80 percent worldwide. they were not even picked up by a mad dog
Measles outbreaks are the most common cause of death in Africa. The World Health Organization (WHO) in Africa adds that outbreaks of preventable diseases are also common on the continent.