31 May 2014

Egypt: Eleven Egyptians Diagnosed With Malaria in Aswan - MOH

Aswan — Egypt's Health Ministry said on Saturday that eleven Aswan residents have been diagnosed with Malaria but are in stable condition.

The ministry added that the cases are receiving treatment at an Aswan hospital and will be released starting Sunday, the state news agency said.

The ministry has sent a team to support the hospital's doctors and has begun procedures to prevent the spreading of the disease.

It said that so far it has taken blood samples from 561 people in the village where the disease appeared.


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