By NewsDesk  @bactiman63

Since the beginning of the year, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports 2,297,488 confirmed malaria cases through routine surveillance in Niger through September 19.

Of this total, 2,124 deaths were recorded (CFR 0.1%).

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Although the weekly attack rates follow the trends seen in the last two years, epidemic thresholds have been exceeded in several districts in the regions with increases in malaria incidence and mortality. Investigations are being planned to better understand the situation.

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