By NewsDesk  @bactiman63 The landlocked African country of Burundi reports a lot of malaria, year in and year out, and during the first five months of 2019, the malaria burden is high once again. From...

Burundi health officials are reporting a significant decrease in malaria cases and deaths in the first half of 2018 compared to last year, according to new data published. According to the Ministry of...

After reporting a large malaria outbreak in 2017, with more than 6 million people affected and thousands of deaths, health officials are reporting a sharp decrease in malaria cases and deaths since...

In a follow-up on the malaria outbreak in Burundi, the World Health Organization (WHO) says the situation has shown marked improvement in the last weeks, though the overall situation remains serious. While...

In a follow-up on the malaria outbreak in the east African country of Burundi, 4,376,804 cases including 1,996 deaths (case fatality rate 0.05%) have been reported this year through the end of June. It’s been...

The Burundi Ministry of Health declared a malaria epidemic on Mar. 13 due to increased numbers of malaria in the country. In fact, all of the country’s 18 provinces are reporting higher numbers of...

The malaria outbreak continues at a breakneck speed in the East African country of Burundi, according to the latest data.  Between 01 January 2017 and 26 March 2017, a total of 2,600,409 clinical malaria...

On March 13, the Burundi government declared a malaria outbreak and the data on the outbreak shows the cases continue to mount in the East African country. According to the Ministry of Health (MOH), the...

The Burundi government declared a malaria outbreak earlier this month after reporting a total of 1,784,965 cases of malaria through mid-March this year. While the entire country is reporting high burden...

A cholera outbreak that struck the Burundian town of Rumonge in the province of Bururi less than two weeks ago has already sickened some 86 people, killing one, according to a  PNA/Xinhua report today. “For...