Researchers have developed the World’s most effective Malaria Vaccine

Web Desk. Researchers have developed the world’s most effective malaria vaccine, which is 75% effective according to World Health Organization standards.

According to Sky News, Oxford University researchers tested it for 12 months. It is hoped that the vaccine will be approved for use in the next two years.

Professor Adrian Hill says malaria needs as much emergency as coronavirus. It is estimated that 300,000 children die of malaria each year in Africa. The first malaria vaccine was developed in 1910, and the first vaccine was officially approved in 1940.

After the approval of the new and most effective malaria vaccine, the Indian company Serum Institute will produce 200 million doses a year. Vaccination before the start of the malaria season increases the chances of being safe by 10%.

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