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Fri, 23 Feb 2018 11:38

Number of Children's death increase in Luena General Hospital

Luena - Fourteen people, among them 10 children died, victim of malaria and bronchopneumonia in the last seven days in eastern Moxico General Hospital four more in compared with the last same period.

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Moxico: Hospital Geral do Luena

Photo: Gaspar dos Santos

Child death increases at General Hospital

Photo: Cortesia de Yambeno Daniel

According to a weekly report that reached Angop in Luena, during the period in reference, at least 302 cases of malaria were recorded representing an increase of 83 patients registered previously in the same period and 114 cases of bronchopneumonia, an increase of 49 cases diagnoesd. 

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