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Borno government distributes 3.7 million treated mosquito nets

The Borno Government on Saturday said it distributed 3.7 million pieces of treated mosquito nets to control malaria in the state.

Borno government distributes 3.7 million treated mosquito nets

The Borno State Government on Saturday said it distributed 3.7 million pieces of treated mosquito nets to control malaria in the state.

World Malaria Day: Jigawa government to distribute three million treated nets to residents

The Jigawa Government on Wednesday said it planned to distribute over three million Long-Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLITNs) to residents of the state.

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