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Last week at MalariaWorld: Personal message

March 26, 2020 - 17:47 -- Ingeborg van Schayk

Personal Message

We are all in an unprecedented and unpredictable situation. For those of you who are effortlessly working in the health sector to take care of patients, family and friends, we so much respect and appreciate the work you are doing.

These are uncertain times. We worry about the health of our kids, our family, ourselves, our friends, our neighbours and colleagues. Whilst focussing on controlling the corona virus we continue to fight against malaria as well.

We wish you all the strength you need to stay healthy and stay safe.

Please take care of one another.

Warm regards on behalf of the entire MalariaWorld team,


 


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