Angola: Health Sector Steps Up Epidemiological Prevention in Hu íla

[ANGOP] Caluquembe -Awareness campaign on the importance of personal and collective hygiene has been launched in the communities of the southern Huila province aimed to prevent outbreaks of scabies, malaria and meningitis in the region.
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