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Malaria and COVID-19

  1. The COVID-19 pandemic and its collateral damage severely impact health systems globally and risk to worsen the malaria situation in endemic countries. Malaria is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in G...

    Authors: Anna-Katharina Heuschen, Alhassan Abdul-Mumin, Martin Adokiya, Guangyu Lu, Albrecht Jahn, Oliver Razum, Volker Winkler and Olaf Müller
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2022 21:149
  2. Rwanda has achieved impressive reductions in malaria morbidity and mortality over the past two decades. However, the disruption of essential services due to the current Covid-19 pandemic can lead to a reversal...

    Authors: Dieudonne Hakizimana, Christian Ntizimira, Aimable Mbituyumuremyi, Emmanuel Hakizimana, Hani Mahmoud, Pascal Birindabagabo, Clarisse Musanabaganwa and Diane Gashumba
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2022 21:48
  3. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented challenges to health systems worldwide, including the control of non-COVID-19 diseases. Malaria cases and deaths may increase due to the direct and indirect ...

    Authors: Anna-Katharina Heuschen, Guangyu Lu, Oliver Razum, Alhassan Abdul-Mumin, Osman Sankoh, Lorenz von Seidlein, Umberto D’Alessandro and Olaf Müller
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2021 20:339
  4. The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has posed a unique challenge to health care systems globally. To curb COVID-19 transmission, mitigation measures such as travel restrictions, border closures, c...

    Authors: Samuel Gavi, Oscar Tapera, Joseph Mberikunashe and Mufaro Kanyangarara
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2021 20:233
  5. The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in massive global disruptions with considerable impact on the delivery of health services and national health programmes. Since the detection of the first COVID-19 case on 5t...

    Authors: Kinley Penjor, Tobgyal, Tandin Zangpo, Archie C. A. Clements, Darren J. Gray and Kinley Wangdi
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2021 20:20
  6. The incidence and mortality of COVID-19, according to the World Health Organization reports, shows a noticeable difference between North America, Western Europe, and South Asia on one hand and most African cou...

    Authors: Mogahed Ismail Hassan Hussein, Ahmed Abdalazim Dafallah Albashir, Omer Ali Mohamed Ahmed Elawad and Anmar Homeida
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2020 19:457
  7. The global COVID-19 pandemic has been affecting the maintenance of various disease control programmes, including malaria. In some malaria-endemic countries, funding and personnel reallocations were executed fr...

    Authors: Ajib Diptyanusa and Karen Nelwin Zablon
    Citation: Malaria Journal 2020 19:411