THE DAILY STAR – HENRY HOLLOWAY
Madagascar remains ravaged by the pneumonic plague that is believed to have killed more than 143 people across the African island.
Cases have risen by 8% in just one week and scientists frantically working to make sure the airborne infection doesn’t spread to mainland Africa.
Aid workers on the ground have now revealed their battle with the plague.
They spoke out about how some families are refusing to hand over infected bodies, and other victims are refusing to go to the doctor.
Nine countries are now on high alert amid fears the plague could go global.