South African Travellers Warned of Madagascar Plague Outbreak

South Africans travelling in Madagascar have been cautioned to avoid highly populated areas and to wear surgical masks while in transit. This comes after the World Health Organisation confirmed 48 deaths among 449 cases of pneumonic plague in the island nation.



  • South Africa:   SA Takes Measures Against Plague

    SAnews.gov.za, 13 October 2017

    South Africa has taken several measures to prevent the importation of an outbreak of a plague into the country following the confirmation of 449 cases in Madagascar. Read more »

Antananarivo, Madagascar (file photo).

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