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24/01/20

Eight Chinese cities in lockdown as coronavirus spreads

With the novel coronavirus claiming 25 lives and spreading, China orders a lockdown on eight cities.

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30/12/19

Public health issues plagued Asia Pacific through 2019

Public health issues, infectious or otherwise, and ranging from vaccination to pollution dominated 2019.

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03/12/19

Samoa measles death toll rises amid vaccine scare

Low vaccination rates blamed for measles outbreak in Samoa which has killed 48 under-four children.

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27/11/19

Swine fever raises fears of bird flu pandemic

Pork meat shortages caused by swine fever can spur backyard poultry farming and trigger another bird flu pandemic.

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26/11/19

Bacteria-infected mosquitoes can’t transmit dengue

… Wolbachia bacteria disrupt reproduction of the dengue virus within mosquitoes Australia, Brazil …

Feature:

24/11/19

Pakistan’s heroic polio workers undeterred by death threats

… Pakistan remains a refuge for the wild polio virus as deep distrust blocks efforts to stamp out the disease. …

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12/11/19

New dengue vaccine effective in clinical trials

Dengue vaccine candidate ‘more effective’ in phase 3 clinical trials than existing one.

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01/11/19

Wild polio virus strain down to one – WHO

… Only a single strain of the wild polio virus, isolated in Afghanistan and Pakistan, now exists in the world. …

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20/09/19

Asia Pacific vows to eliminate measles, rubella by 2023

Asia Pacific countries to eliminate measles and rubella by 2023 with vaccine drives and surveillance.

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16/07/19

Poorest children at risk as global vaccination rates stall

Some 20 million children worldwide are missing out on life-saving vaccines, UN agencies warn.

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