From the results of malaria control achieved in 2019, the basis for developing the malaria control and elimination plan in 2020 with funding sources from the State budget and supported activities from the International cooperation project (Global Fund, RAI2E, World Health Organization),
In the past few years, despite many difficulties, the malaria control and elimination (malaria control) program in Vietnam in general and the Central-Central Highlands in particular has achieved many results in reduction of mortality, control epidemic risks and maintainance of sustainable factors.
Faced with the extremely complicated development of acute respiratory infections Covid-19 caused by the new strain Corona virus (SARS-CoV-2), in the past few days, the world and Vietnam have recognized more many new cases and deaths. Up to now, the province of Binh Dinh has not found any cases positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Before complicated development, the ability to rapidly spread acute respiratory infections caused by a new strain of Corona virus (nCoV). In order to update information, be ready to respond to epidemics, guide ways to prevent possible transmission, thereby ensuring the safety of health workers and patients.
An analysis led by ISGlobal, an institution supported by "la Caixa," identifies African regions where ivermectin administration to livestock would have the greatest impact on malaria transmission. The results, published, inScientific Reports, point to West Africa, below the Sahel, where malaria prevalence is very high.