Brazil has launched a campaign to vaccinate more than 23 million people in response to a yellow fever outbreak that has killed more than 200 people, according to the country's Health Ministry.
About 41,000 health workers have been on duty in more than 8,000 locations with 17.3 million syringes to prevent the transmission of yellow fever in DRC and Angola.
The World Health Organization reminds travellers to Angola to heed its warning and get vaccinated following outbreak of yellow fever spreading in the country.
Malaria deaths have increased in Angola as the country suffers from a major urban yellow fever outbreak, says World Health Organisation.
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