Malaria vaccine launched – News Review reviews

November 3, 2022

The story
So, great excitement in Malawi, where the first large-scale pilot of the malaria vaccine is launched later today. Basically, Malawi is going to start using the vaccine as part of its routine immunisation programmes for children. Ghana and Kenya follow soon.

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test to see if something works before making it more widely available
• The school took part in a pilot scheme to improve reading.
• The new sitcom pilot was so funny they decided to broadcast it.

using new, innovative methods
• Groundbreaking goal-line technology has changed football.
• Without groundbreaking new laws, the climate will continue to warm.

organised activity aimed at creating change

• The advertising campaign helped sales double in just a month.
• Environmental campaigners have been occupying parts of central London.

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  1. This is such a ground_breaking lesson🤩🤩.Thank you so much.

  2. I made a subtitle for this video!

  3. I see where this is is going. Smh…Hope you aren't giving it to those with sickle cell, they don't need it. Who made this stuff?

  4. pilot, groundbreaking, campaign. this time, most nations over the world are piloting any groundbreaking vaccines hardly in the campaign fighting against coronavirus

  5. Thank you BBC team. .. really a good report 😊

  6. Reply
    踏花歸去馬蹄香 November 3, 2022 at 11:51 pm

    HAHA,I like english for cat!

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    Huỳnh Thị Thanh Trúc November 3, 2022 at 11:51 pm


  8. Thank you very much.I learn a lot every day

  9. Nice topic and nice talking. Thank you.

  10. Thanks you very much.It is really groundbreaking vedio about malaria vaccination. Actually malaria is a killer disease especially at Africa and it needs corporation of whole world to fight against it

  11. Neil and Catherine, you two are great!😍

  12. l love bbc

  13. We know your game, it's about to depopulate Afrikan people but we don't die that easy…testing on Afrikan why not testing in white people before use it

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    Assanouan🌟Raelian❤️ November 3, 2022 at 11:51 pm

    Pilot and or experimenting on people.

  15. You really help me to learn English. And this year year I'm going to pass my English exams to get to the university, and I feel that I'm good prepared for this
    Thank you a lot!

  16. English for cats!! Haha!!

  17. Testing vaccine Africa 🌍 as usually to introduce new diseases..

  18. I thank you BBC for groundbreaking lessons and videos .

  19. Thank u

  20. BBC, you should give the text version as well, either full subtitles.
    .. found it 🙂 following the linke in description
    But, it would be nice to have subtitles in the youtube video directly,
    you may accomplish that with free youtube feature "auto-timing" in a few seconds

  21. thank you so much

  22. Not watching. Is bill gates sending those vaccines out? 🤔 yah. Kill shots.

  23. can you call a vaccine a drug? I don't think so.

  24. The Malaria parasite is a very complex organism and a master of disguise because it changes its appearance at each step of the infectious process. Unlike viruses and bacteria. Development for a vaccine must have been very difficult for the P. falciparum changes shape in the human body which makes it hard for attacking proteins triggered by the vaccine to regognise the parasite. I really hope that this vaccine will also prevent cerebral Malaria, which is one of the leading causes of neurological disabilities in the kids even after recovery.

  25. Many thanx

  26. When coming to India?

  27. You are a great team! I really love your program and innovative methods 🌹

  28. Thanku so much, bbc

  29. It was a groundbreaking news that BBC had launched it's pilot English learning channel. Now this campaign have gone viral on you tube and got affluent success.

  30. Remember Missing in Action " I don't have Malaria" scene ? That guy should NOT be involved.

  31. I really appreciate your lesson

  32. U r the best channel for new vocab learn

  33. Thank you, BBC. 💚

  34. Haha I dunno if it’s a joke, but seriously? English for cats? They don’t even speak. Hahaha “Your baby” I love you Catherine ❤️

  35. Thanks for this groundbreaking video

  36. Good I like it.

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