The wearable bioelectronic mask can detect common respiratory viruses in the air in droplets or aerosols and then alert the wearers via their mobile devices.
428,098 children under five suffer from diarrhoea, while another 51,191 are being treated for dysentery in the worst-hit province of Sindh.
According to the PERL coordinator, citizens and government need to work together towards sustaining the programme beyond its lifespan following the recorded gains.
WHO officials said the evidence pointed not to paracetamol but to an infectious origin such as polluted water
“For every suicide, there are likely 20 other people making a suicide attempt and many more have serious thoughts of suicide.
At least 1,179 suspected cases of yellow fever were reported in 416 local government areas from January 1 to July 31.
“The truth remains that the social crisis is taking a toll on the mental health well-being of the citizens.
The Adamawa ministry of health has confirmed 11 cases of cholera in Guyuk and Shelleng local government areas.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) says that over 80 per cent of Africa’s population relies on traditional medicine for their primary health needs.
According to the world health body, in the week from August 15 to 21, there were 21 per cent fewer cases than in the previous week.